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Symmetric Top-Down Photographs Inspired By Nintendo Games Of The 80’s

Always curious to know what was hiding behind big buildings or beyond a thick forest, Martin Reisch started to photograph landscapes from above with his drone.

That’s how he discovered interest in symmetry and a similarity with old designs of Nintendo games where the view was looking down from above. Strangely, taking pictures from that point of you could be very much like a game of the 80’s.

More info: Martin Reisch, Instagram (h/t: fubiz)

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