When you find the anonymous door and walk down the three or four steps, the Crypt is smaller than expected.
Most normal people take a picture of the statute (below)on their phone and leave. The mysterious life-size statue of a man contemplating the water held in his cupped hands is the work of the celebrated British sculptor Antony Gormley.
They stood in front of the chained up heat system control valves without giving them a second glance to take their picture of contemplation.
The long time patient and persistent followers of my blog will know that I say the role of the photographer is to know where to stand and when to press the button. Mixed up in this role is the key attribute of observation skills. Looking and seeing. Two pictures taken at 180 degrees apart but with very different meanings.
Perhaps contemplation and observation go together.
(c) Andy Beel FRPS 2014