Photo credit: Ric Tse Photography
Ric Tse, a photographer from Hong Kong, has not been able to travel for quite some time due to all of the restrictions, so he decided to combine two of his passions into an interesting photo series, called “My Home’s Rhapsody”. Simply put, he takes everyday items from home and cleverly places them to recreate iconic landmarks as well as scenes, like the Northern Lights, that would fit right into a magazine. Read more for additional pictures.
Starting off, we have Stonehenge, which appears to have been made from a variety of different corks placed in a faux grassy area with a fake illuminated sunset backdrop. Next, there’s Japan’s Tateyama Snow Corridor that consists of two stacks of A4 paper. Right below that is an aquarium of sorts, with guests walking in the coil binding of a notebook looking up at plastic aquatic toys hanging from strings. Lastly, we see the Northern Lights, or is it? The scene actually is made from a compact disc, a sheet of packing paper, and some plastic trees.
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In this way, I can travel the world with a very low budget without limitation. Another reason for taking these photos is that you know many photographers and artists have miniature photography, but not so many of them (as far as I know) use such idea to recreate landmarks. So I want to use these photos to create my ‘own series.’,” said Tse to Peta Pixel.