The Manila Cathedral.
How do you or which other way can you photograph a nearly 500-year old landmark that was already drawn, painted and photographed a million times? I walked around the building for inspirations.
Saw a big puddle of rainwater and waited for church goers to come by. I captured their reflections and that of the church in the water.
Included part of their feet to screw with the viewer’s mind. I then inverted (vertically flipped ) the picture. In theory, you can also hold the camera upside down.
Built in 1571, Cathedral Basílica Metropolitana de Manila suffered through earthquakes and bombings. The current version was re-built in 1958.