Zsolt Hlinka highlights the symmetry of 100 year old architecture in Budapest #celebratephotography
Zsolt Hlinka’s choice to focus on a different perspective in this series led to stunning results. What a great reminder to try to see something differently every day. From Creative Boom:
This breathtakingly beautiful photography series by Hungary-based Zsolt Hlinka documents the 100 year old buildings of Nagykörút, Budapest.
The photographer explains: “The 100 year old houses are completely reinterpreted by the chosen perspective, changing our ordinary spatial perception.
“Looking at the accurately constructed, central photographs, it feels like the buildings are tunnels driving to the infinity of the sky – and this is where time appears, as if the floors leading to infinity represents time and the age of the buildings.”
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