A PHOTOGRAPHER has been on 100 mini adventures and captured them all on camera.
David Gilliver, 41, challenged himself to set up a scene every day after the start of the year.
Some, such as figures scaling an egg and hiking over strawberries, took hours to get right.
The Glaswegian said: “The main purpose behind the project was to maximise my creativity during lockdown and add some cheer online with my daily uploads.
“I decided that I was going to create and photograph a new miniature artwork each day, for 100 days, or until my imagination ran dry.
“Some took most of the day to get just right, whereas some were short and sweet and were photographed and edited within the hour.
“Something like three hundred to four hundred hours went into this project.
“I found that creating these images was a very cathartic process – an active imagination has really helped during the lockdowns.”
The work not only acts as David’s personal “therapy”, but it creates bonding time with his six-year-old daughter Léa, who enjoys helping with her dad’s set-ups.
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