As an Australian, one of the things that surprised me most when I arrived in France was the number of Christs crucified on every second street corner. For an atheist photographer, the subject was very interesting. So I started taking photos of the world's most famous prophet, nailed there, larger than life, reminding all the locals of the excruciating pain he endured for their well-being.

 The churches of the Calvados are part of the landscape, and being a landscape photographer, I inevitably found myself photographing these magnificent buildings sometimes dating back several centuries. It was when I approached these monuments to take a closer look at the architectural details that I again stumbled upon the presence of Christ.


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