Each photo is actually a composite of hundreds, created by photographer Adam Magyar from individual portraits raised only three or so metres off the ground. Stitch 'em together, zoom out, and you've got what appears to be a packed town square. What a wonderfully executed and cleverly pretty illusion. [Adam Magyar via Ignant via PetaPixel]
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