Paper Art by Benja Harney

A man photographs a giant paper art display created by paper engineer Benja Harney, at the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney, Australia. The installation, which incorporates different elements of nature, will be displayed for the month of September. (Rob Griffith/Associated Press)










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