I am currently on vacation in Salisbury, England and in a town like this, it is certainly easy to feel overwhelmed photographically speaking. The Salisbury Cathedral is certainly the most iconic object to make pictures of, and therein lies the challenge.
How do you find a way to take a photograph of something that has been photographed many times before, and be original (instead of just saving money on postcards)?
I think the answer lies in looking for a detail, perhaps even macro images. Each detail holds a story, waiting to be explored and communicated