A morning ritual turned into something much more for Slovakian photographer Jozef Morgoš. Morgoš lives in the central Slovakian region of Turiec and, each morning, he loves to take a wander at sunrise while he sips on a coffee. Inevitably, his journey takes him to his favorite landscape, which is punctuated by a beautiful cherry tree. Inspired by the nature around him, the picturesque tree has become his muse. The result?
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When working in a densely populated area, architects need to get creative.
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