Photography is the best medium for capturing the collision between the unexpected and the familiar, with many practitioners taking their inspiration from Surrealist artists such as Man Ray and photographer Eugene Atget. Built with fragments and remnants of demolished buildings, the estate looks and feels like an Italian hilltop town and provides a fantastic location for a photographic project. Gnomes and garden statuary provide a terrific opportunity to capture the idiosyncratic gardener or amateur artist at work. Bottom of the tin gloss colours often repainted over time, create a kind of domestic parallel to the more famous marble sculpture found in museums and galleries worldwide. Urban renewal and large-scale public building projects nowadays involve landscape architects whose job it is to design inspired planting and visually exciting environments. American photographer Garry Winogrand is noted for his clever observations of people often shot with a pre-focussed lens so he could react to situations quickly.