Dizzying and Artistic Architecture Photography

Everything is a matter of point of view. Architecture can enter a brand new dimension if we decide to observe it our own way. Hungarian photographer Zsolt Hlinka (previously here) captures the characteristics of old buildings, inner courtyards and balconies with his personal touch in a work titled 100 year old houses. The sky of the charming city of Budapest appears at the end of an architectural tunnel made of stone and metal, giving the spectators vertigo.

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