Mysterious Little People Hard at Work and at Play (15 Total)

Don’t Forget That Spot, the Misses Will Be Mad

Let your imagination run free and you might just find yourself seeing the world through the eyes of miniature people. This Flickr set by Vincent Bousserez shows us what little people do to make a living and how they spend their precious time off. It’s a world that seems as ordinary as our very own but look a little closer and you may just see something you might have once missed.

(I hope you enjoy the titles I added to each picture.)

HARD AT WORK

Watch Washer

They Leave Such a Mess

We Have a Lot to Do, Boys

Mowing the Prickly Lawn

A Painter’s Job is Never Done

Fixing Her Purse

Shiny Glasses

Guarding the Precious Jewels

AT PLAY

A Trip to the Mountains

Taking a Swim

Stranded on the Beach

A Much Needed Vacation

Ice Skating

The Resident Dealer

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