Architecural photography is usually very precise, and that has its place.
But when I looked up at the spire of Salisbury Cathedral, I was ovewhelmed by the bustling clouds around the spire, echoing the bustling crowds around me.
The building seemed to move, to swirl, and with it so did I.
This photograph was the result.
Some folk call to the heavens in churches, synagogues and mosques, but my favourite cathedrals are arboreal.
Having said that, Salisbury Cathedral’s oak-like, solid and delicate architecture does hold a piece of my heart.
Photographed at Salisbury, obvs.
Fine Art Giclée Limited Edition Print on gorgeous textured Hahnemühle German Etching paper.
Available as a standard-sized 12x16" (305x406mm) print, which is what I print for exhibitions, or a 16"x24" (406x309mm) print which makes for a very large statement piece, once mounted.