David Burdeny, a photographer who's now based in Vancouver, British Columbia, previously released a project that revealed the immaculate architecture of the subway stations in Russia, where he spent two weeks capturing different areas after closing hours.
For his more recent series, David Burdeny traveled around Italy to capture the many beautiful buildings -- including theaters, churches, palaces, libraries and stunning city street views. What makes David Burdeny's photographs different from one's typical vacation snaps is his ability to capture the symmetrical structure of the architecture, as well as the natural lighting that he takes advantage of to help expose it.
To capture the images, David Burdeny traveled to Milan, Piemonte, Racconigi and more -- allowing him to show the artfulness of architecture that extends from major cities down to the smallest of municipalities.
Immaculate Italian Architecture Photography
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