Open Space Office by Tito Mouraz
The photos, created by Tito Mouraz in Portugal, look too surreal, and it takes a while to realize that these are actually not painting but reality.
The way people can completely transform the terrain is very reminiscent of the way people tend to change themselves.
Chip away the granite of their soul, turning it into something that fits their idea of perfection.
However, in the end, most of them end up with an obscene parody of beauty, rather than something truly marvelous.
The reason for it is probably that people are actually oblivious to the true image of beauty, making them stumble around in the dark, hoping to find something that might not exist at all.
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