Pery Burge of Ottery St. Mary, U.K. photographs ink, glass, and natural objects with a macro lens. These are all straight images with none having been Photoshopped. 

Artist’s Website: www.chronoscapes.com 

Pery’s Statement
Macroscape - April 2011
The recent macroscape images are photographs of natural and man-made objects used in combination to create miniature landscapes. The images explore ideas of ambiguity and similarity between small-scale and large-scale phenomena such as mountains, stretches of water, and buildings. In these miniature landscapes, objects transform into rocks on the seashore, or bushes, or glacial structures. The process confers a new existence upon these objects, which are often old or discarded. Another important aspect of these images is the lighting, which is of the same importance to the composition as the objects themselves. This work carries the same ideas as the work with ink in water; here expressed in different ways.
Hope you enjoy them!

henrytheworst:

Freakazoid!

"Hey Freakazoid, wanna see the world’s largest ball of twine?" asked Cosgrove
"DO I EVER!?" replied Freakazoid. 

wooosshhhhhhhhhhhhh

henrytheworst:

Freakazoid!

"Hey Freakazoid, wanna see the world’s largest ball of twine?" asked Cosgrove

"DO I EVER!?" replied Freakazoid. 

wooosshhhhhhhhhhhhh

thefrogman:

hobohiatus:

I was looking at the boring cone around Musha’s neck and realized that they don’t have to be so bland. I took Musha’s cone and turned it into the Death Star Cone! What Star Wars fan dog wouldn’t want one. 

I do not like the cone of death.