Via Miss Moss
i’m sure you’ve been there, having just visited your hundredth museum on holiday somewhere in Europe, the hundreds of years old frescoes all blurring into one as you walk glassy eyed from room to room and take yet another photo without even thinking. i know i have! isn’t it crazy how we take such intricate buildings and interiors completely for granted most of the time? but when you really look at them you realise how insanely breathtaking they are, and how much detail and time (months, years!) must have gone into them. that’s what David Burdeny makes you do when you look at these locations he has photographed in Italy, Russia, Cuba and various parts of Europe.
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