For some people, the worship of nature and the divine go hand in hand. They see the overwhelming beauty in the world around them and can’t help but see the hand of some otherworldly force at work.
Brian Cox, a New Zealand native, spent years traveling the world and studying many different houses of worship. He’s also the owner of Tree locations, a company that moves and plants large trees. So when he returned home, he knew exactly what he wanted to do to build his own monument to spirituality.
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Blake Little is an award winning Los Angeles photographer. He called this work Preservation.
Little found (although I have no idea how he thought of this) that if you dump copious amounts of honey over someone, it looks like they become a statue, preserved in this fluid movement.
The reason for calling it Preservation is to incorporate the idea of protection, stability, and the juxtaposition of the timeless substance and human flesh (which is prone to decay).
It’s absolutely breathtaking to see.