- Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz has won a prize of £1,500 (N707,815.19) for taking a picture of a building in Spain that looks like a giant fish
- The photographer won the Judges' Prize in the Art of Building Photographer of the Year contest
- Saiz took a nighttime shot of the hemispheric science museum in Valencia, Spain, The Insider reports
The picture of a building in Spain that looks like a giant fish has won a photographer, Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz, a prize.
The photographer took a nighttime shot of the hemispheric science museum in Valencia, Spain, The Insider reports.
Legit.ng gathers that Saiz won the Judges' Prize in the Art of Building Photographer of the Year contest.
Saiz made the building appear like a giant, translucent fish with glowing organs visible inside. The photographer titled the photo Fish.
The photographer said: "Due to the reflection of the water at night, the architecture of the buildings shows us the figure of a fish, perhaps prehistoric with its heart still alive."
Saiz won a cash prize of £1,500 (N707,815.19).
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that there are geniuses around the world who do awe-inspiring things that leave people wondering the planet they must have come from.
This is the story of a nine-year-old primary five pupil of Carol School in Lagos, Siju Olawepo, who is able to tell the day of the week of any year without checking the calendar.
It will not be out of place to say Siju is a genius and a boy who definitely will do great things. The boy was discovered by an ICT teacher in the school, and he is on his way to becoming a star.
His parents did not know he had this rare talent until the ICT teacher noticed it in him. Since Siju's discovery, his school has set up a special curriculum for him, allowing him to work at his own pace.
Speaking of Siju's talent, the school proprietress, Carol Akintunji, said: "The rate of reasoning, you cannot fathom it. All the dates are listed for him, he didn't miss out any."
Also speaking about Siju's rare talent, head, Carol School, Bola Adeaga, said: "It was shocking, and we kept drilling him. And we were just looking at him - I couldn't comprehend it. I had to pick up my phone to call the parents to say 'wow do you know you have an angel?' And they were quite amazed too, they didn't know."
Siju's father, Wale Olawepo, said they did not know Siju had the rare talent until the school called to inform them.
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