PICNIC MOLON  Hypothetically, if an object is positioned at the focal point of the... - but does it float

PICNIC MOLON Hypothetically, if an object is positioned at the focal point of the... - but does it float

The German photographer Menno Aden found a different way of recording environments homes, apartments and commercial spaces. Instead of looking for an angle capable of capturing the essence of the interior, he chose to portray them seen from above, from their roofs.

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The German photographer Menno Aden found a different way of recording environments homes, apartments and commercial spaces. Instead of looking for an angle capable of capturing the essence of the interior, he chose to portray them seen from above, from their roofs.

Menno Aden's images: Menno Aden Untitled/Kitchen I

Abandoned homes: bird's-eye views

Abandoned homes: bird's-eye views  Photographer Menno Aden has been documenting how young people in Berlin find themselves homeless due to the gentrification of poorer areas. Taken from an unusual bird's-eye perspective, Menno's work has won this year's 'Home, my place in the world' photographic award organised by Accademia Apulia

Abandoned homes: bird's-eye views

Abandoned homes: bird's-eye views Photographer Menno Aden has been documenting how young people in Berlin find themselves homeless due to the gentrification of poorer areas. Taken from an unusual bird's-eye perspective, Menno's work has won this year's 'Home, my place in the world' photographic award organised by Accademia Apulia

Hong Kong has $650 billion of fiscal reserve.  The price of housing is at an all time high in Hong Kong. Over 100,000 people are unable to afford adequate homes. Among them are elderly individuals and other socially vulnerable groups who have no choice but to live in these tiny 40-square-foot rooms. While our city seems prosperous, many people still live in unacceptable conditions. Please scan the QR code and send your petition to the government. Find out more at soco.org.hk and make a…

Hong Kong has $650 billion of fiscal reserve. The price of housing is at an all time high in Hong Kong. Over 100,000 people are unable to afford adequate homes. Among them are elderly individuals and other socially vulnerable groups who have no choice but to live in these tiny 40-square-foot rooms. While our city seems prosperous, many people still live in unacceptable conditions. Please scan the QR code and send your petition to the government. Find out more at soco.org.hk and make a…

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