The ceiling of any building is an unlikely place to look up at, but this brilliant series by photographer Richard Silver shows that we should do just that. Silver photographs the ceilings of New Yorks churches in a way that captures their intricate and detailed architecture.
Taking multiple photos Silver then stitches them together to create a vast and dramatic panoramic photo. Photographing the inside of impressive structures such as churches has always been a difficult task and despite years of experience it's only recently that Silver has figured out this technique. All we can say is that we're glad he has, as these photos are incredible. See more of his work here.