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Living with an Upside Down World - 27 Aug 2013
Images of Bojana Danilovic, who is suffering from spatial orientation phenomenon, a rare brain condition. This syndrome causes Danilovic to read, type and write upside down because her brain does not process images normally.

While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over.
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, reads the newspaper upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic reads the newspaper upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, reads the newspaper upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, looks on by her upside down screen in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic looks on by her upside down screen in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, looks on by her upside down screen in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types a text message on her mobile phone in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic types a text message on her mobile phone in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types a text message on her mobile phone in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, writes upside down in her office in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic writes upside down in her office in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, writes upside down in her office in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types on her keyboard upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August...
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic types on her keyboard upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, types on her keyboard upside down in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013....
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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August 26, 2013
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013....
Uzice, Serbia
Danilovic poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice
Bojana Danilovic, 29, poses for a picture in the southwestern Serbian town of Uzice August 22, 2013. Danilovic suffers from a rare brain condition called spatial orientation phenomenon, which has left her reading books and newspapers, and typing and writing, upside down because her brain does not process images normally. While her eyes see the world the right way up, her brain flips the image over. Danilovic says she is unique in suffering from the condition in such a way. Picture taken August 22, 2013. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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