Someone has been studying the art of photography for years and still can't take a good picture, and someone randomly clicks the camera from a fool and gets a real masterpiece. Unfair? Perhaps, but now we can enjoy an excellent selection of pictures from the "Random Renaissance" community, where Reddit users post photos that look like masterpieces of the Renaissance.
"I once put my hand in the chicken coop at sunset to take pictures of chickens"
National Park in Italy
"My husband, when there were power outages in Texas"
The photo that received the grand prix at the street photography Festival in Miami, by Paul Kessel
"Geoff the Goose goes to bed"
The atmosphere of Vermeer's paintings
"The girl with the goose"
Window with a view of the meadow
Protests in France
"Help the Padre"
On cold nights, French farmers save their vineyards with the help of fire
A polaroid self-portrait that my father made in Amsterdam in the 1980s
The longer you look at this photo, the better it becomes
A water pipe break on a winter night
"A friend accidentally left a knot on the rope, and we got this gorgeous photo"
Priest in a Parisian church, France
It looks familiar…
South of France, photos without filters
"The day of a bad hairstyle turned into an oil painting"
"The Young Monk"
"Father in a pandemic"
Rome, nuns at lunch
"My stepmother, who is trying to cool off, and Sadie's dog"
"Orthodox Jews in the time of Covid"
Stephen Fry gets vaccinated in the Poets ' Corner of Westminster Abbey