Architect Devashish Pradhan shows some photos from a project he has been working on recently, a series focused on the concept of a frame. He uses natural formations and architecture from the settings to frame the subject, sometimes creating multiple layers of frames, in order to draw attention to details and look at the natural flow of the environment in which he takes the photograph
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