“I Photograph The Innocent Moments Of Children With Animals” (20 Pics)

Children are carefree and innocent. You can see that in their cute little actions they make while they play, when they interact with someone else, when they see an animal feeling bad. They are a white page waiting to be written on by the actions we pose while in their presence. That’s why they are considered such an innocent creature. Andrea Martini, an award-winning photographer, has depicted this innocence in some amazing children’s portraits she snapped with her camera.

Check them out below and smile through the simplicity, yet awe-inspiring, actions of children.

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“I’m an international award-winning children’s portrait photographer in Beaver, West Virginia with eight years of experience in the field. I’m also a mom of four who loves animals.”

“There is something magical about the connection between children and animals, so I focus on capturing the innocence of the bond between them. Each image highlights this bond with a vivid, yet almost fairytale-like feel that’s both fun and creative.”

“I’m inspired by paintings, color, light, and my kids. I put a lot of work into every detail in my image—from the wardrobe and location to hairstyles. There is so much that creates the perfect image; even the tiniest detail can change a photo from good to amazing.”

“I shoot with a Nikon D750 and use a 35mm sigma art or 85mm 1.4 Nikon lens. I prefer to shoot mainly outdoors and love to find new locations with pretty light.”

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Self-taught Artist Transforms Leaves and Weeds Into Tiny Woven Baskets

While most see plants as a key part of nature – there’s more than meets the eye!

Suzie Grieve of Foraged Fibres, is a self-taught basket and jewelry maker from Lake District, UK. She weaves miniature baskets as well as tiny jewelry using leaves, vines, and weeds. Coming in all designs, capabilities, and sizes, her intricate artwork illustrates the several capabilities of organic resources. Whether striped, checkered, or coiled in rows, each basket is a testament to Grieve’s patience and ability to adapt a traditional craft into an unusually tiny form.

You can buy Grieve’s baskets by means of her site, and maintain up to date with her latest creations by following the artist on Instagram. Thus, check out some of her best works in our list below. Also, don’t hesitate to leave a comment and an upvote on the ones you like the most!

More Info: Instagram | Website

#1 British isles-primarily based artist Suzie Grieve generates remarkable woven baskets out of pure materials.

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