Photographer Visits Famous Tourist Spots, Faces The Wrong Direction…

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Photographer Oliver Curtis has spent several years going to famous landmarks and tourism objects, and pointing his camera in the wrong direction, therefore purposefully capturing the famous landmarks without the actual landmark. Scroll down to see the best examples!

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

This photo was takes at the famous tourism spot, but facing wrong direction.

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  1. Anonymous May 5, 2019

    I went to the Louvre and see the Mona Lisa. I found it more interesting to photograph the large crowd trying to get a photo of the painting. Side note; strangely enough, the large crowd seemed to be made up of about 80% Asian people.

  2. Trunkmonkey May 6, 2019

    How can you tell if somebody is about 80% Asian?

    • Anonymous May 6, 2019

      the crowd, not the individual. How PC have we become?

    • Dial it back, Trunkmonkey. Anonymous is having a bad humor day.

    • Wailing on PC-ness, seems it’s not just the humor that escapes him …

    • Anonymous May 8, 2019

      you want to make you laugh? i’ll make you laugh. As soon as i’m done eating my pasta.

  3. Anonymous May 6, 2019

    St Peter Basilica and Eiffel Tower captions are swapped. …or taken from too far!

  4. Brazilian Pedro May 6, 2019

    It is more than ok to look away from Christ the Redeemer in Rio as the view over the city and bay from the top of the mountain is quite nice and well worth the climb.

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