Silence In The Library

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French photographer Jean-François Rauzier has been producing fantastic photos for four decades. In recent years, he has been creating astonishing images that consist of hundreds of shots assembled by computer into mind-blowing single images. These surreal images, created with Rauzier’s Hyperfoto system, are from his series titled Bibliothèques Idéales.  Dr. Who fans may be reminded of “Silence in the Library”.

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