A collection of images capturing the natural beauty of the Peak District National Park.
I love how spherical images capture the spellbinding beauty, geometry, detail and symmetry in these magnificent structures. These are spherical cathedral interiors like you’ve never seen them before – enter the medieval dreamwarp!
The magnificent architecture and breathtaking detail of Britain’s churches and cathedrals.
Interiors, exteriors, abstracts, cityscapes, bridges and any other kind of building or architecture.
These images are created by capturing the entire 360 degree sphere around me, from the highest point in the sky to the ground beneath my tripod. Then I reproject the sphere using a variety of mathematical transformations to produce interesting and sometimes unexpected results.
The Droste effect was named after an old Dutch brand of cocoa that featured on its container a nurse holding the tin she was pictured on, forming a recursive image. It was made popular by M C Escher’s ‘Print Gallery’ in 1956, and has been used in many forms of artwork and advertising ever since.
These photos were shot in Castleton’s Treak Cliff Cavern, deep inside a natural series of caves and tunnels that were once used to mine lead, and are now one of only two places that the unique Blue John mineral is found.