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San Francisco Cityscapes Reflected in Divided Puddles

From the get go, these incredible photos are a bit surreal. For the series, photographer Angela Might Chen flips around everything-so as to depict the city of San Francisco from novel plot every cityscape is taken as an appearance in a puddle. 

By concentrating on the ground instead of the skyline, Chen changes the construction modeling, bridges, and walkways into otherworldly protests that are, from the beginning, a bit befuddling to decode. Upon close review, every watery reflection uncovers itself as an inventive mixture of different urban components and textured walkways along the streets of San Francisco. 

It is now and again simple to unravel the symmetrical, reflected pictures in any case, at different times, the divided parts of the city meet up in dynamic developments. From the craftsman's inventive perspective, the world is loaded with unforeseen miracle. She catches that show through her viewpoint and she welcomes viewers to see the world differently by exploring the regular scenes with a fresh eye.

Angela May Chen Photo

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