Which sadly I can’t put a thumbnail of because of copyright issues. However, I can post a link to the photographer’s website and I encourage you all to go check him out.
His name is Jean-Francois Rauzier and he takes thousands of photos of a scene, then hand stitches them to create an entirely new, fantasy-esque world contained in one hyperphoto. Each image is about 8 feet long. And while the overall impression is of a sumptuous surreal world, what makes this off-the-charts amazing is that you can zoom in to the tiniest detail and it all stays perfectly sharp.
You can just keep clicking and zooming into his shots until you find yourself catching aspects of the most everyday, mundane events and items. The closer you get, the more “real” the photo starts to seem.
It is absolutely brilliant. Go now and check it out. I promise you it’s worth it!
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