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'Mini Maine' is a hit on the web

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  April 4, 2013 11:00 AM

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Using tilt-shift photography, German photographer Joerg Daiber has created the latest in intriguing destination clips to hit the web with his “Mini Maine,” which depicts various scenes in Portland that appear miniaturized.

"I kind of like to put things in the right perspective,” Daiber told the Portland Press-Herald. “Sometimes I think people take things too seriously.

"It turned into an obsession.”

The clip already has more than 25,00 views since being posted on YouTube on Tuesday.

Check out some more popular tilt-shift videos below.


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