Reminds me of A Bug Life
Reposted from /sub/pics.
Reminds me of Westlandia :)
Focus fire on its weak point!!
They look like metroids.
But for real, this gives me more of a mini world vibe than most posts that I see in my feed. Not saying the other posts aren't good photography, just that there's always something off about the perspective where I can tell it's tiny.
What are these things?
Wow. It absolutely captures that feeling of an isolated miniature world. One of the best ones I’ve seen yet.
Not to take away from this post but you should have your roof checked.
Like one of those forested craters ‘that time forgot’. It even has a mini Myan temple in the middle, no doubt containing mini treasure, and protected by mini wolf/monkeys.
No worries, this is on the roof of a vacant building connected to my friend's very old apartment. Great place to hang out on a nice day!
They are so translucent and beautiful.
Oh this looks great, especially with the fern in the background.
/sub/mycology would probably like it, too :)
Who else said the title in the voice of Jacquimo from Thumbelina?
Posts like these are what make me love this sub! Do you know what these are specifically?
Possibly intentionally made bigger for forced perspective
The scale of the man red car is mildly infuriating
This is a great example of a good mini world. I've seen a lot on here lately that stretch the definition too far for my taste. This has everything - sky, clouds, plants and terrain, and good composition and color to boot. Great work.
Ooo I like this one. Reminds me of Star Trek for some reason
Thank you! Means a lot :)
It was actually taken in Dartmoor!
Kinda looks like the bark of a tree
Gimme a puff
Based on the color of the bark, and how barren it is, it looks more like trees on a volcano.
I never would have thought "this looks like a Dr Seuss landscape" but now that you say it it's incredibly accurate
It's a technique some people use for dying Easter eggs. You soak the (boiled) eggs in vinegar for a few minutes, then wipe them down (don't rinse) and roll them in shaving cream that's been colored with food dye. It makes more tie-dye patterns than you get with normal methods. My cousin tried it out this year and I thought it was kind of odd, but it came out alright.
Jesus died for this.
This is beautiful! I would love to draw this (not for any reason other than it’s cool), do you mind?