This photograph shows the relief view once light is cast over the image. Colour text will cover the image which means the figure should only be apparent when the light shines on the surface at an angle.
The second image shows the photograph of the cross taken at Irthlingborough lakes. The idea of a landscape upside down and the cross in the correct position emphasises that the world can be viewed in new ways when God is with us. Or that our world can be turned upside down by love.