Incredible Double Exposures Merge Wondrous Wild Animals with Stunning Scenery

When Norwegian artist Andreas Lie digitally merges two unique photographs, he is able to create stunning works of art. Lie designs his creations with a double exposure that places captivating scenes from nature within the bodies of wild animals. While the images are brilliantly surreal, they also have a realistic quality to them, since the photographs of tree-covered landscapes tend to resemble the texture of animal fur.

The imaginative artist lives in Bergen, Norway, which is a coastal city surrounded by seven majestic mountains. These surroundings no doubt have an influence on his environmental artwork, since mountains, woods, water, and even the Northern Lights have been featured in Lie's breathtaking images.

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