Clever 'room portraits' give a birds-eye view of the world

Here's an angle you don't see every day. (Unless you're a security camera or something.) Photographer Menno Aden installed a camera in the ceiling of living rooms, kitchens, bars, lobbies, elevators, subways and more, creating images that flatten out spaces we'd normally be familiar with, but never get to see like this.

Think about it: what would your room really look like?

The pictures are from spaces all over the world, and a statement on Aden's website says that they even peek into plenty of "private homes and secret retreats."

And hey, if ants can have portraits, why not rooms? Check it all out in the gallery below.

Menno Aden, via Fubiz

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