Symmetry is everywhere. In a complex, imperfect world, humans have a drive to create stability and order, which have manifested in our structures throughout history. Through infrared photography, the “unnatural” parts of the world present themselves in perfect harmony with the organic randomness found in nature—a harmony that is sometimes overlooked or discounted. Architecture brings rhythmic cadence to the landscape, while the unpredictable, ever-shifting forms in trees and plants counterbalance human ideals of perfection. The IR spectrum is always present, just beyond reach of perception. Shooting infrared helps me to connect with nature in places that otherwise seem artificial and unnatural.