Photographer Captures Famous Sights from the ‘Wrong’ Angle

Oliver Curtis pointed his camera in the opposite direction.

British photographer Oliver Curtis presented a series of works called Volte-Face where he captured famous sights from the ‘wrong’ angle, pointing the camera in the opposite direction, PetaPixel writes.

The author says the project took him about four years: he first had the idea in 2012, when he visited Giza pyramid complex in Egypt and saw the ‘hidden side’ of the place, which was different from the numerous photographs found on the Internet.

Curtis captured Taj Mahal, Stonehenge, the Colosseum, and other sights.

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