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'Miniature Appetite'. A photo essay by Laurie McCormick

February 17, 2014 /Photography News/ "This Miniature Series was born December 2013 and is a work in progress. 

When I sprained my left ankle and broke my right ankle and needed surgery in June 2013 from falling into a drainage ditch on a photo trip to Spokane Washington (farm land), I was laid up for 4-5 months. During that time, I gained weight because I was unable to walk. 

A few months after my ankles healed, I headed straight to a weight loss program to try to shed the extra pounds that I had gained during my healing process. 

While I was preparing my meals, I came up with the idea of using my life long miniature collection with the various foods I was eating; mostly but not limited to fruits and vegetables. Over the next 4-5 weeks I created over 25 images in this brand new Series; MINIATURE APPETITE".

Photos and text: Laurie McCormick, Los Angeles, CA, USA. All rights reserved.

Laurie McCormick - Burning Calories
Laurie McCormick - Scuptor
Laurie McCormick - Shooting Hoops
Laurie McCormick - Pepper Mountain

Laurie McCormick - Lost

Laurie McCormick - Bear Country

Laurie McCormick - Fueling the Fire

Laurie McCormick - Mellon Boarding

Laurie McCormick - USA Grade Eggs

Laurie McCormick - Papaya Trap
Brief Bio:

Laurie McCormick, an award winning Fine Art and Travel Photographer, is particularly known for her masterful photography work with miniatures and dramatic landscapes both domestically and internationally. Laurie's images have been published in the U.S. and abroad in numerous Photography Magazines, Photography Blogs, Online Fine Art Galleries and dozens of Fine Art Galleries all across the United States.

To learn more about her work, visit her website: www.lauriemccormickphoto.com

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1 comments:

  1. TBM Photography Network says

    Good luck with your new series!
    We at TBMPN always enjoy viewing your images.


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