In pictures: light-painting the Spomenici (monuments) of Croatia

Chinese photographer Xiao Yang produces sublimely beautiful shots with a live technique called 'light-painting'

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Chinese self-taught photographer Xiao Yang travels the world exploring urban and man-made environments. As she travels, she takes stunning shots, usually at night, employing a technique known as light painting. She has travelled throughout the Balkan region. Here, we revisit her winter 2015/2016 trip to Croatia and the photos of Spomenici and abandoned places made in collaboration with Mark O'Neill.

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