Photos by Jeremy O’Sullivan. Beijing, China.
I like the first because of its great color composition and idea.
4 and 5 are plain genius.
Whaaaaaaaaat. The first four, HOLY. These are all freaking brilliant. They kind of a trump a lot of the photos I’ve been looking at lately. LOVE!
Yes, Jeremy is awesome.
5 took me ages to even figure out if it was real. Awesome.
I agree. I thought it was painted for a second. Then, I realized the snow, and figured out the picture was taken upside down, and laughed to myself.
Wicked job nonetheless.
Sorry to spoil it!
he is great, beijing is great.
i love jeremy’s photos! such a peculiar eye
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I love 2 and 4! both amazing!
Wow! these are incredible!
I love the first one the most, cool colour and idea
The first one is great! the flowers are a great touch and great point of attraction!
The fifth one is intriguing…. I wonder what the heck that is! All the walls with the holes in them…. really makes you think!
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