Today an article is posted in the Daily Mail with a number of photographs - creative inspiration with the location captured in a photograph, where a picture says a thousand words. Being someone who looks at Googlemaps and with ariel view of landmarks and buildings - the artist shows perspectives of this world we are living in, allowing the observer to see someone elses experience.
Some time ago, in my research I discovered landmarks named 12 Apostles. Not thinking to look more into this, at the time realising the land has been named accordingly for a reason.
'Down Under: Jun Ahn stands on a clifftop overlooking the 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road in Australia'
"With her legs
dangling over the edge of skyscrapers in cities across the world, a
photographer is going to extreme lengths to capture extreme images.
Artist Jun Ahn can be seen looking out over New York, Hong Kong and Seoul, as well as perched dangerously on clifftops in Australia and Japan for her Self-Portrait series.
Described by Jun, who grew up in the States, as 'a kind of performance without an audience', the heart-quickening shots have been displayed in galleries around the globe, and are due to go on show at the Christophe Guye Gallery in Zurich, Switzerland, later in the year.'
The rock formation above is not man made - a reminder that there is a
difference. Man can mark out his territory and yet, there is a far
greater power and authority that shapes this world.
With the Queen of England also being the Queen of Australia, this is a title that has been held by Queen