World landmarks in the unusual focus

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Richard Silver (Richard Silver) spent almost seven years and 35 thousand dollars to create this unusual photograph of our planet. In the many times he went during this time traveling and visited most of the places that are among the tourists from all over the world are considered mandatory to attend. This is the legendary Greek Acropolis and stone heads of Easter Island, the famous Brooklyn Bridge in New York and the Houses of Parliament in London.

Despite the fact that pictures of world-famous attractions, there are many, Richard was able to present a completely new look at them. Due to the method of photographic tilt-shift, the focus shifts toward the viewer, and the buildings seem toy. Thus, the Eiffel Tower or the Machu Picchu seem reduced copies of real buildings.

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Pyramids of Giza

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Machu Picchu, Peru

Says Richard Silver: "In this series of photos you're traveling with me.

Most people are able to find the place that I photograph. When they look at my work, and on their faces appear smiles, then seven years have been spent.

Some people do not believe me, even when I say that this is the real picture with real people. The most common question that I get asked, and sounds: "It is a model or a real building?". You will not believe, but sometimes it is difficult to prove that I photographed are not reduced copy of, say, the Pyramids of Giza. " Richard's work is on permanent display in the gallery Lagrange in the United States.

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Taj Mahal

World landmarks in the unusual focus

the Mayan Pyramids in Chechen Itza

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Atlas Mountains in Morocco

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Stonehenge, Britain

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The White House, America

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Colorful houses in Reykjavik, Iceland

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Teotihuacan, Mexico

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, USA

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio, Brazil

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The stone figures of Easter Island

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Acropolis, Greece

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Israel

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The World Trade Center, United States

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Colosseum in Rome, Italy

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The artificial archipelago of Palm Island in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Great Wall of China, China

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Boddnath Stupa, Nepal

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The building of the Parliament in London, UK

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Peter - a city carved into the rocks. Jordan

World landmarks in the unusual focus

City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The streets of Tokyo, known heavy traffic and tall buildings. Japan

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Halong Bay in Quang Ninh province. Vietnam

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Beaches in Hawaii

World landmarks in the unusual focus

A street in Korea

World landmarks in the unusual focus

The Tower Bridge in London, UK

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Balloons on one of the festivals

World landmarks in the unusual focus

Windmills on the Greek island of Mykonos