Structure Photography by Nikola Olic
Seen through the lens of Dallas-based photographer Nikola Olic, the structure of monolithic office blocks appear abstract and graceful. Each image in this series is accompanied by a commentary which tells the story of the building being photographed to reinforce the sense of place and the stories which make them all unique. These images are not only delightful to look at but also urge us to explore different perspectives and to focus on small details in the eternal search for beauty and inspiration.
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