"In 1966, Reverend Ralph Hardy captured the photograph at left in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. At the time, Hardy was seeking to capture a photo of the Tulip Staircase in the Queen’s House. To his surprise, Reverend Hardy captured a figure ascending the stairway in this picture. Over the years, many experts have been unable to debunk the Tulip Staircase ghost picture. Interestingly, the staircase has been known for its haunting activity, such as footsteps and the occasional sighting of apparitions."
In essence, Intersections is all about that brief moment of time when the water of the sea blurs with the clouds of a stormy sky and creates a unique and abstract fleeting moment. When the fury of the ocean seems to take a breath before inexorably and inevitably starting again with the next wave.”