Macro Photos Of Entire Cityscapes Captured Within A Single Drop Of Rainwater

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Blue Mosque – Istanbul

Photographer Dusan Stojancevic depicts metropolises contained within tiny droplets of rainwater. For the past 15 years, he has revealed minuscule cityscapes that hide in the beads of liquid. Towering buildings, expansive bridges, and glittering lights are reflected in the tiny dots sitting on metallic surfaces. They’re visually divorced from the actual piece of architecture they’re echoing and instead offer a surreal look into seemingly alien worlds.

h/t: boredpanda, mymodernmet

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Brooklyn Bridge – NYC

“Some of the photos are on film, but most of them are digital, but it is a macro photography technique, not a Photoshop, that is why it has flaws in sharpness and a lot of blurs. But that is something that gives some kind of artistic touch to it. I need to say that I was a bit lazy to do it earlier, but I tend to do this kind of photos when I go to some new place in the World. So I will try to update it on my next journeys.”, Dusan told Bored Panda.

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Ada Bridge – Belgrade

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T.C. Usce – Belgrade

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Sagrada Familia – Barcelona

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Empire State Building, Manhattan – NYC

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum – NYC

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Grand Central Station – NYC

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Flatiron Building – NYC

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Grand Central Station – NYC

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National Library – NYC

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Manhattan – NYC

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World Trade Center Transportation Hub – NYC

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Empire State Building – NYC

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Church of Saint Sava – Belgrade

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Manhattan – NYC

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National Assembly – Belgrade

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Manhattan – NYC

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Genex Tower, Western gate of Belgrade

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Eastern Gate of Belgrade, Dusan Stojancevic’s neighbourhood and first successful photo

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