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Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back

Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back

Taj Mahal, Agra, India
These are some famous places in the world. It relates to different countries but we can see that the cameraman captured it in different directions. It is difficult to understand if someone takes these pictures from the opposite side. In this case, we are seeing pictures where we are not able to understand the location. Photographer Oliver started this mission in 2012, he has been doing it for the last for years. In 2012, he has started it when he went to see the Pyramids of the Giza in Cairo. Suddenly he turned back and saw a beautiful scene. Then he decided to capture the photos

from the back. He took amazing photos of the world's famous monuments. He liked his idea where the landmark is not present. He focused these scenes from its back. He will send these photos on display to Vole-face in London at an exhibition. I hope people will like this concept and many viewers will come to see this exhibition.
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., USA
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Reichstag, Berlin, Germany
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Mao Mausoleum, Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Mona Lisa, Louvre, Paris, France
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan, Mexico
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles, USA
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
White House, Washington D.C., USA
Wonderful Photos Of World's Famous Landmarks From Its Back
Great Wall of China, Mutianyu, China

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