Photos Of Famous Places Taken While Pointing The Wrong Way

Photos Of Famous Places Taken While Pointing The Wrong Way
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

A photographer traveled around the world taking photos of landmarks from angles you normally wouldn't see

Jiwon Kim
  • 22 july 2016

Social media is saturated with photos of famous landmarks. It is not uncommon to have seen the same angled shot of the iconic Eiffel Tour or the glorious Machu Picchu all over the internet. Photographer Oliver Curtis strays from the conventional route by taking pictures at these famous landmarks but pointing the camera away. This project called, “Volte-Face,” which is defined as a change of position so as to look, lie, etc, in the opposite direction.

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