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Vertical Panoramas: Incredible Photos by Peter Li

Published Jan 9, 2019

London-based photographer Peter Li produces amazing photos by capturing building interiors in their entirety – floor, ceilings and supporting columns are all combined into a single panorama shot, resulting in a mind-bending visual effect.

“When all elements fall into place however, Lee achieves photographs that are truly transportive. His images not only take us to a different place in the world, but also allow us to be slightly removed from our known reality.”

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