Poignant ‘Fat Water’ Images of Iconic Landmarks
The sights and beauty of some of world’s iconic landmarks are often captivating and tantalizing. These landmarks are spread world over and only the lucky few get the opportunity to see them all. But thanks to Serbian photographer, Dusan Stojancevic, it’s a small world after all and these landmarks can be seen on just drops of water.
Using macro photography, Dusan ensures that you need not stress yourself by traveling all over the world to see these landmarks as he magnificently brings them to life on fat drops of water. Although macro photography is often used to capture very small subjects before making them appear larger than life, Dusan does quite the opposite.
The talented photographer went all the way to capture iconic landmarks and buildings such as the Empire State Building in New York, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey only to make them appear very small, albeit with an extreme close-up touch.
To demonstrate that he’s not you normal day photographer, Dusan trains his macro camera lens on drops of water that are positioned in front of the landmarks that he’s targeting. While the landmarks appear slightly blurry in his photographs, the less defined appearance works advantageously in adding a surreal quality to the entire scene.
“Even though these photos may have their flaws, they look more artistic to me that way and not like photo shopped art,” Dusan says of his captivating project.
Take a look and be amazed.