Through a spiritual lens

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT

Ideas are all around us—if only we're prepared to look for them. They can come in a flash. And often it's the ordinary things in life that strike the imagination and inspire. That's what I love to capture with my photography.

One day I went to the shopping center near where I live and walked into the car park. It had just been built. I went with a very open mind, but uncertain as to why I was going there. How could an essentially functional car park—made of concrete and filled with metal, man-made machines—become a beautiful photograph for the world to admire?

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