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Hara Gouri
Graffiti against multiple eras of architecture in Baltimore
Devotee at Sagardwip
From Blue To Gold
View through an Office Chair
Spring in Full Bloom
The (Eerie) Centre Theatre
Morning in Baltimore
Stroll on a sunny day
Migration of White Pelicans
Decorated trucks in Taxila, Pakistan
Abstract.28
Temple with Emerald Green Pagoda
A little bit of heaven just came down to earth.
Connect with nature
DECORATED BUS IN THE STREETS OF PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN
Art of Gannets
Abstract.33
Carefree childhood
Flying Kiss
Spring Color Ginza
Alpine meadows
A fortuneteller in the streets of Old Havana, Cuba
17th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Abstract.28

De-structures are architectural images that architects do not want to see. Instead of straight lines and perfect proportions, I look for imperfections, abstractions and title destruction in contemporary architecture. I want to show architecture that we usually don't see - looking from afar, not seeing details or feeding on idealized visualizations. Monochrome frames are used to focus attention on sharp, sometimes brutal shapes. In my photographs I try to blur the perspective, and I treat the concepts of vertical and level by convention, forcing the viewer to think - what does he really see?

TAGS: Black And White, Poland

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Jasienica Dolna, Poland
Member since 2019
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2019
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 24, 2019, 8:33 a.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Wrocław, Poland