I nahve shared some posts on miniatures such as miniature world, miniature food sculptures and so on. This time I bring a fantastic artwork of Eszter burghardt. He is a Canadian-Hungarian artist based in Vancouver BC, Canada, who utilizes color wool and light to make miniature landscapes of blast volcanoes, glaciers, mountainous creek and flowing rivers. The muddled and tiresome act involves clean-up, last, felting, and knitting the unrefined wool. To create her artwork, wool from Icelandic sheep farms and old wool sweaters were used. To dye the wool, Kool-Aid was used to make the dioramas. She then captures the images using a macro lens. Eszter Burghardt uses as much natural lighting as possible and does not use any computer based add effects.