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Macro Photography Of Instruments Is Music To Your Eyes

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To look at this photo, you’d think you were peering into some type of rustic architectural masterpiece. Well, you wouldn’t be far off as this particular subject is used for masterpieces. Read on to see what a violin, cello, flute, and pipe organ look like when shot from the inside. 

The images are from an ad campaign that was created for the chamber orchestra of the Berliner Philharmoniker by Bjoern Ewers. The text translates to “Closer to Classical: the Chambermusic.”

(via Colossal)

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