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Mareen Fischinger takes hundreds of individual photographs of one view then by making semi-transparent layers she recreates the scenery by making a huge photo collage.
“These are not panoramas in the normal sense,” Fischinger explains, “but more the result of a new kind of photography – one that captures the flow of time and the accompanying changes of scene on one surface.”
story as presented on mymodernmet.com
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We've seen part of Hossein's Zare work in the past, with his outstanding minimalistic Black and White Photo Collection. This was not the end. This time, the Iran based artist takes his camera and travels with us in faraway lands of mystery and surrealism with the help of photoshop.
Check part of his amazing surealistic photos:
Du Xin owner of the Beijing Central Perk is a fan of Friends. “I’m crazy about Friends. For me, it’s like a religion. It’s my life,” he told NPR. With that thought at first he searched for a place where he can sit like his favourite characters. When he realised that such place does not exist, at least in Beijing he decided to create one himself. Firstly he needed a place matching the tv cafe. After finding the place he watched re-runs and photos from the show's set. After 5 months of working on every little detail the Central Perk open its gates to the public.
"Smallest town in the world" according to the Guiness world record is Hum in the country of Croatia.
The town was first mentioned in documents in 1102 at which the name was Cholm (from italian Colmo)
This small fortified habitation has maintained all the features of medieval urban architecture and organization. It has a population of only 17 people , but is officially a town, and is the Guinness World Record holder for the smallest town in the world.
Let's see some photos:
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