I recently spotted a piece from photographer Laurent Chehere’s Flying Houses series and was instantly inspired to revisit his talent. Photos of urban and suburban Parisian houses are manipulated by being placed high up in the clouds, tethered by power lines. Ordinary structures are suddenly transformed into whimsical and fantastical characters.
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