Well, contrary to the common trend to maximize and super-size everything, we present you the opposite in this picture series. Objects, which are usually huge like vulcanos, castles or even watermelons, are shown in tiny and cute versions.
In most cases, you would have never thought that actually a small-scale version exists. Consequently, get ready to be amazed. Furthermore, you will realize that big things do not have to be big at all.
Even though, most of the objects are real objects, the Harry Potter castle is a small scale mode, which was actually used in on the movie set.
However, while you are at it, you might want to check out our previous post “Minimiam: Tiny People’s Adventures In The World of Food“, which also shows an exciting tiny world.
Which one is your favorite? Is there a photo missing? Comment in the box bel0w, we will appreciate it.
Image Credits: AP
Bonsai Version of the World’s Tallest Tree
Image Credits: Shelli
Close-up of a Miniature Wave
Image Credits: Pierre Carreau
The Little Castle on the Hill
Image Credits: Newton2
This Baby’s Going to be Big
Image Credits: Sophie47
Adorable Baby Watermelon
Image Credits: Playing with Fire and Water
Dust Devils – Nature’s Tiny Tornado
Image Credits: NASA
The Real-Life Hogwart’s Castle Used in Harry Potter Films
Image Credits: Warner Bros.
The Biggest Little Turtle
Image Credits: Jolene Bartoldi
Smallest Rain Cloud Ever
Image Credits: Inertbert
Bonus 1: Baby Yao Ming
Image Credits: The Hoop Doctors