Patrice Letarnec Captures People Walking on Their Hands

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 18, 2013 • References: letarnecpatrice.tumblr &
Patrice Letarnec, a photographer based in France, has captured an alternate universe in which regular human beings walk around on their hands. What makes this visual even more striking is the fact that pants still stay on the bottom and shirts on the top. So, Patrice Letarnec's model's head's are obscured behind the crotches of skirts, shorts and more.

A simple yet hilarious concept, Patrice Letarnec's upside-down series is absolutely entertaining. Whether the model is walking down a set of stairs, strolling along the sidewalk or about to enter a building, the poses have a rather realistic appearance to them. The legs and arms have been expertly bent to resemble the opposite limbs. Overall, however, Patrice Letarnec's series is quite silly. Stats for Quirky Upside-Down Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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