35 Times People Took Photos Of Famous Things But From Unusual Angles; And They Are Better Than You've Ever Imagined
Everything hinges on your point of view. Changing your perspective can really cause you to reevaluate what you previously believed to be true and, while you're at it, can also inspire innovation.
Pictures in books, on social media, and in the news are typically shot from certain angles. We're so enamored with the very concept that we couldn't wait to share these photos with you, dear readers.
It's a novel way to view history, art, and landmarks. The majority of these images show familiar items or ideas from unusual angles and perspectives.
They are interesting photographs and are shot in interesting locations. It effectively demonstrates how circumstances can alter as you turn around.
Anyone can visit the Louvre Museum or browse the internet for images. A few individuals were able to see the back side of Monalisa for the first time at an odd moment while they were fixing the location.
The same rule would apply to amateur photographers who wanted to take a photo of the Statue of Liberty facing directly up or a photograph of 9-11 that had never been released. I believe that captivates individuals.
Enjoy these new perspectives on vintage photos, which range from artistic creations to straightforward ideas.
A cell in Sweden’s largest prison.
“An egg I bought from a farmer’s market (bottom) compared to a store bought one.”
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One of Pablo Picasso’s first ever self portraits from 1896
And his last ever from 1972.
The back of Michelangelo’s David
American Froot Loops and Canadian Froot Loops are totally different colors
A human hand next to a wolf paw print
The full set of Seinfeld
A mass of DNA.
And the full color set of I love Lucy.
A stack of $1K in uncirculated $1 bills vs circulated ones.
The inside of a water tower.
Australia is way bigger than you think it is
An American candy section in the UK
A husky next to a full wolf
And an American sports section in Germany
A five hundred dollar bill
7’7″ NBA legend Manute Bol swimming in a normal pool.
The back of the Mona Lisa
In a deck of cards. only the King of Hearts is without a mustache
A curved escalator
Cross-sections of wood from 1950 and from today
A picture from Abraham Lincoln’s first inauguration in 1861.
Road signs are a lot bigger than you think they are
One of only two photos ever taken of The Supreme Court in session
If you look closely you can tell the difference between cheap pasta and the good stuff.
The back of a peacock. How scandalous
The open bottom on a cooling tower
One of two authentic “Jolly Roger” flags, this one from 1850
This is how long screwdrivers can be. Like, pretty long.
"I recently started working in an ER at a hospital"
The back of the Rosetta Stone
"The biggest leaf ever found"
Hot dog bus
These pictures are capable of making you forget everything you believe you know, as they are all about making you to see the other side of everything. Which of these photos impressed you the most?
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