The work responds to the history of the site (Ilam Staffordshire), a small church is made in the form of a camera obscura. Upon entering the mini church you see an upside down image of the surrounding landscape from within the image is the original church. The work celebrates the area and natural beauty in and around Ilam as well as the birth of photography.
A review of the work can be found here by Selina Oakes : https://www.photomonitor.co.uk/david-bethell-inverted-landscapes/
Photographs by Luke Hodgkins