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Exclusive Pictures Display What Venice Would Look Like if it was Absolutely Frozen

Has Venice's popular Huge Canal completely freezing over? Not quite. Though it may appear so in these images, they're actually the brilliant perform of art director Robert Jahns (or nois7 on Instagram).

He's taken images taken by others, like Venice’s Piazza San Marco by Luis Manuel Osorio Fernando, and Russia's Lake Bakail taken by Daniel Kordan, and spliced them together to create a surreal blend that looks almost credible. Though Venice's popular pathways have freezing in previous times, as they did most recently in 2012, they've never converted completely solid like this.

On Instagram, Jahns is known for his mind-boggling Photoshop perform that includes shabby roller coasters rushing down tall buildings, deer with branches for horns and daredevils executing death-defying techniques. His unique perspective around the globe will create anyone watching his images do a fast, head-snapping double-take.

Robert Jahns Instagram Surreal Grand Canal Venice




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