Famous Places through the Eyes of Visitors

Camera, the eye where you wana set and capture the image. Every photographer have freedom to shoot the image in different viewpoint. We usually seen the famous places like 7 wonder etc. But do think how its look when we are standing in front of these famous places, and what was the side scene behind us of these famous structures. British Photographer Oliver Curtis visited all the famous places, but he made other photos than the rest, or we can say a wrong way to see such famous places. The series is called Volte-face, and the man behind the camera. Its really a new way to see such places.

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Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro

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Stunning aerial photographs of Southern Australia By MR BO

Australian based photographer MR BO lover of this South region of Australia, its fauna and flora. Taking impressive clichés using a drone for compositions very colorful and bathed in light. They deliver a sense of adventure and exploration of this country.

Stunning aerial photographs of Southern Australia

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Soviet Architecture in Georgia

Georgia has long been part of the Soviet Union in the last century.This era has left its mark on the architecture among others. The Italian photographer Roberto Conte and Stefano Perego traveled to the country to capture the most striking buildings.

In Soviet architecture we mainly think of drab apartment blocks and gaudy monuments, but gradually there is increasing appreciation of this cultural heritage. It’s a bit similar to the brutalism in western Europe. These designs are more and more appreciated.

The best Soviet architecture in Georgia
Tbilisi. Archaeological Museum (1988). © Stefano Perego

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Aerial view of Hong Kong show the city’s senseless urban planning

Andy Yeung is a photographer from Hong Kong, he knows no-one else to capture the overpopulated city state on the sensitive plate. In his latest photo series, he used a drone, and that might create even more spectacular images. He has a bird’s-eye architecture pictures of Kowloon Walled City. The Kowloon Walled City was once the most crowded place in the world – a badly known area for the crimes and drug trafficking of every corner, surrounded by thousands of poorly sheltered houses glued to one another without access to open air and water.

Aerial view of Hong Kong show the city's senseless urban planning

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Europe’s abandoned cooling towers

Traveling around Europe, Belgian photographer Reginald Van de Velde explore the bottom of the abandoned cooling towers and finds there the theatrical stage. He said

‘One thing that fascinates me is the fact that not a single cooling tower is the same. Each and every one of them has a unique interior design and build. They all look the same from the exterior, but with each visit to a new cooling tower I’m always surprised by a different interior, time and time again.

Europe's abandoned cooling towers

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Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

According to the Bible, Noah’s Ark vessel was built by Noah at God’s command for salvation from the Flood, his family and all the animals (a pair of each species). Photographer Joel Sartore for 10 consecutive years, documenting the biological diversity of our world.By analogy with Noah’s Ark, the project is called Photo-Ark. Already filmed 5600 animals from selected 12 000 birds, fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.

01. A miniature fox Fenech peculiar appearance, which lives in the deserts of North Africa. His name was the small animal from the Arabic word fanak, which means “fox.” (Photo by Joel Sartore | National Geographic)

Photo Ark by Joel Sartore

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Photographer Kenneth Provost and Abandoned Italy

Abandoned places always attract researchers for its unique aura. Belgian photographer Kenneth Provost is one of them. From his trip to Italy, he brought not hackneyed photos of the Colosseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the mysterious pictures of abandoned places with the title ” Beautiful Italy“.

Photographer Kenneth Provost and Abandoned Italy

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Abandoned Bunkers Of Albania

The era of Enver Halil Hoxha in Albania left about 750,000 bunkers. Paranoid dictator was fascinated by the idea of “bunkerizatsii whole country.” During the 35 years (1950-85), most of the residents were involved in public works in order to build temporary shelters in case of war. Today bins made of high quality materials (which by the way were bought in Austria and Italy), continue to exist as monuments of the state of idiocy and paranoia. Some of these buildings are adapted by local residents for various needs.

Abandoned Bunkers Of Albania

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Strange People who look like twins

Someone collects stamps, some collect cars, But Canadian photographer François Brunelle create a series features photos of strangers who look like twins. The resemblance between these unrelated people is seriously uncanny. For his project, ironically titled I’m Not a Look-alike ( «I do not like”), it looks very similar in appearance, and relieves them of people. Despite the similarities, “twins” are not related by blood. The project has existed since 1999 and to date in Brunel portfolio of about 150 photos nonnative “clones”.

Photographs Of Strangers Who Look Like Twins

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