Tiny things do come in small packages when it comes to My Father's Garden, created by Mirko Faienza with a Panasonic HPX 500- Fujinon 17x7.6 HD len.
Imagine water droplets running down a stem; tiny leaf petals expanding and grabbing the sunlight; a grasshopper walking a twig like a tight rope; water running through the cracks in a rock like a rapid. All these images of nature come alive in this spectacular video, which if you've haven't watched just yet, you'll want to share with friends over and over again.
Faienza is a talent beyond what many people could ever dream. He speaks Italian, English, Hebrew, and Portuguese fluently and devotes his life to his passion, which leads him to the farthest corners of the earth, to document life through a lense.
"I bring true passion, enthusiasm, dedication, and will always push my self to the best I can, to give your project the value it deserves"
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