Chicago-based photographer Paul Octavious recently released photos from his ‘Lean With It’ series. The series of photographs depicts various angled trees and people leaning in similar positions -- almost as if they are falling).
These perfectly timed photos leave you in a state of suspense due to the almost impossible angles at which these people are standing parallel to these unique trees.
Paul Octavious is a photographer and designer who is known for his work on the ‘Same Hill, Different Day,' ‘Phoot Camp,' ‘The Black Stuff’ and his inventive work on ‘The Book Collection,' where he places seemingly ordinary colorful books in the shapes of words and numbers.
His work has also been referenced on Instagram and Twitter’s main page on several occasions.
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