The work of Guy Sargent.
The title of the work is What Lies Beneath: Large Format and Architectural Work.
From the site:
An ongoing long-term project begun in 2006. The photographs shown here are part of a series titled “What lies beneath the surface”. The series examines both landscape architecture and is constantly evolving.
Guy Sargent you are the man, and these are completely incredible images.
Going to the site and looking through the exhibited images; a very uplifting experience, images you will admire and be in awe of.
Seeing this work is the fuel that makes me go, I love it. Nature is such an incredible thing and has so many things to tech us . . . if we take the time to look.
Fantastic work Guy, looking forward to seeing more.
In my wishes this is the kind of photographer I’d like to spend time with and lean from.
Guy captures things we see every day and then shows us what we missed.
Striking – thanks for posting – a challenge to decide on a favorite few – the little tank in the field seems to symbolize what could have happened if the RAF had not been victorious in the Battle of Brittain
Good catch on the tank, see you at the workshop!