The forest is inside
Categories: Animals | Nature | Photo projectBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-forest-is-inside
A visual artist from Norway, Andreas Lie, was able to simultaneously reflect the beautiful wild Norwegian nature and the animals that inhabit it in one image. In his photographs, created with the help of double exposure, the wool and feathers of living creatures are transformed into the landscape in which they exist. Let's look at these works.
The artist Andreas Lee has come up with a wonderful way to combine in one picture the magnificent Norwegian nature and the abundance of wild animals living in this wonderful country.
The author uses his own special technique of layering images, replacing the fur and feathers of animals with landscapes from their habitat.
It's easy to guess why Lee decided to do such a job, given that he lives in the fabulous coastal city of Bergen, surrounded by fjords and untouched wildlife.
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