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Photographer Shrinks Bustling Hong Kong

A French photographer living in Hong Kong has shrunk the city, turning our streets into toy-sized landscapes, posting his captivating photos online.

In his “Puppeteer” series, Harold de Puymorin uses a technique called tilt shift photography to make Hong Kong look like a child’s playset.

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“Strong contours in my photographic compositions magnify the perception of Hong Kong as a model and makes us wonder – how real is the city we live in?,” de Puymorin posts.

See more of de Puymiron’s amazing photography on his website.

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