'Rational ingenuousness', conceptual photography.
Concept: The hope of Afterlife is a tricky invention (don't be offended by it: after all every word is a human invention): it has the polarizing power of amassing whole nations, humanity, each one of us (even self-declared atheists - oh so naive) and lacks the empyrical basis to stand up to scientific scrutiny. But the later is it's sibling too: a development of the mind seeking it's own Truth (and finding only Nothing). The Afterlife, ah, so close to Reason. And the Big Minds have succumbed to it.
Background: I started again with a belief that there is no real difference in religious and scientific (popular) thinking and focused my questioning on the Afterlife. The incentive to live a rigourous life (sounds familiar with rational (modern) approaches, doesn't it?) with no debating material as to why for is an interesting imperative.
The bigger silhouette in the middle of the road with all the little guys walking to the top of the mountain is, here's a hint, a figuriation of the equality these concepts have for intellectual "size". No matter how "developed" our thoughts are, this one gets us all.