Stone on Stone Photos
Photo Art by Stefan Stenudd
Lund Cathedral, May 2002.
The cathedral in Lund is certainly old enough, stemming from Medieval times. So I found myself taking photos of only that building. It had enough stones.
I have a tendency to do that with my camera - get so close that the details are seen, but not the overall picture. Here those details are exclusively stones, but otherwise an old saying might apply, the one about the trees standing in the way of seeing the forest.
We tend to take the details for granted, so that they become next to invisible. Normally we focus on the whole structures, and not what they are made up of. That's how our perception works. From childhood, we learn to disregard the details. Let's do the opposite, for a moment.
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