These extremely positive aerial shots show viewers interesting landscapes covered in the word ‘yes.’ French artist Jesse Zamjahn is behind this intriguing landscape photography series. These shots are actually all done with CGI, but look real enough to fool an audience.
The settings in these digital pictures range from desert captures to deserted islands. One shot features a small plane circling an incredible semi-grassy mountain, which has the word yes on the very top. Another features a grassy woodland area where yes is spelled out in cursive by way of a large river. The desert shot is probably the most interesting, simply because it appears to use animals to spell out yes rather than nature. In this shot, the viewer sees a large line of camels that form this positive three letter word.
Though these fantastic shots are digital creations, they are still extremely imaginative and fun to look at.
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