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Photographer Magda Wasiczek Captures the Macro Fairy World of Nature

Polish photographer Magda Wasiczek has one important aim in her artistry, to capture the vast and tiny beauty of nature. Wasiczek brings attention to the small details, we can’t detect with our naked eye. She captures the unusual and ethereal wonder, which seems to exist only in a fairy tale book.

Couple Travels the World Through a Series of Spellbinding Fairy Tale Photographic Narrative

Couple Victoria Yore and Terrence Drysdale share a passion for romanticism and nature. The model photographer duo travels the world together and showcases the many wonders and treasures of nature through a series of dramatic landscape shots in their series Follow Me Away. Their whimsically dark, yet enchanting images seem to be plucked straight from a fairy tale.





















Fairytale-Inspired Color Pencil Illustrations by Lia Selina

Russian artist Lia Selina has an obsession with fairy tales. After the birth of her daughter, she combined her passion for drawing and her love of fairytales in a series of enchanting illustrations, which feature a range of whimsical, woodland creatures and familiar fable personas, including fairies, and witches.

She says on her Instagram blog:“Every doll is a unique story for me. My inspiration comes from the nature — flowers, trees, birds, wind and water. Every season of the year brings new ideas and, of course, I love fairy tales.”

Composes with colored pencils on a simple notebook, the charming drawings instantly transport you into a magical realm, where animals speak and coexist with humans closely.