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Colm O'Molloy for The Boston Globe
Zev Hoover is a 14-year-old photographer whose mystical images of miniature people are making him something of an Internet sensation.
"I was going for an Escher-like look in this one. My mother made the drawing of my legs," said Hoover.
"One of my favorites. I tried to capture some of the classic black and white movie 'cinematicness," said Hoover.
"This is part of a three part series involving paper airplanes. It was taken by hanging the planes on strings, in the middle of a field," said Hoover.
"I had the idea of a rafting picture floating around in my head for awhile. My sister and I made the raft out of popsicle sticks, and photographed it in a nearby lake," said Hoover.
Hoover tinkered with a model airplane he designed and made.
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