Local Budapest photographer Zsolt Hlinka has worked on an interesting photo series that alters the spatial perception of the historic sites of the Nagykörut area of the city. The series, simply entitled "100-year-old houses" reinterprets the buildings and uses them as tunnels that lead to the above sky. The buildings frame the blue sky and there is an interesting contrast between the geometric nature of architecture and the free-floating form of clouds above. One almost misses a lot of the great details of the old buildings, as you get distracted and your eyes immediately reach out to the sky. Take a detailed look at the entire series here above.
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