Visual artist and photographer Daryna Kossar based in Kiev, Ukraine, has some amazing food art for you to check out. Make sure to watch the video below to see how she creates them.
These spectacular photographs reveal the amazingly tiny details of the life of snails. Using a macro approach, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko gets up close and personal to capture a variety of miniature landscapes as the little creatures go about their daily lives. With great patience and a steady hand, the artist obtains crisp, sharp details that seem unbelievable when viewers consider how small the scenes really are in comparison to our everyday surroundings.
Through a creative perspective, Mishchenko introduces a whimsical world where the delicate snails dominate their environments. Tiny berries appear gigantic and the tops of mushrooms are suddenly the perfect place to perch. The stunning natural light, vibrant colors, and odd little subjects combine to create playful narratives about love stories, adventures, and new discoveries.
The iPhone is slim, elegant, and made with high-quality materials which we protect with beautiful iPhone cases. If you have never dropped your iPhone, then you are the lucky few to have never felt the pain from watching your smartphone slam the hard surface of the floor. (It really, really hurts!)
We have here 20 fantastic camera-inspired Cases for iPhone that photography lovers will love. These Cases will make your iPhone look like an old retro Leica M9 or vintage Polaroid camera. Just scroll down and enjoy. If you want to purchase one of these awesome cases, just click on the link to go to the original source.
Having kids is one of the many life-changing experiences in a person’s life, and for many new parents, it triggers the video-taking, photo-snapping instinct in their body and lo and behold you are looking at pictures of bums, “accidents” and baby drool all over your Facebook wall. And then, you get these photographers who take awesome and creative photos of their kids that you actually wouldn’t mind to look at, over and over again.
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