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In ihrem Atelier werden Kokosnussteile zu Eisschollen, Papayahälften zu Golfplätzen und Spargeln zu gigantisch grossen Bäumen. Willkommen in der Welt von Laurie McCormick.

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: MINIATURE PEOPLE SURROUNDED BY ASPARAGUS.)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every day scenes for her tiny people. In one scene, the 63-year-old uses asparagus spears instead of a forest for a group of four small explorers. For another miniature mountaineering experience, Laurie, from Los Angeles, USA, uses multi-coloured peppers in place of rocks as climbers clamber across. Financial advisor Laurie has been creating her miniscule masterpieces since 2011. SEE CATERS COPY.   (FOTO: DUKAS/CATERSNEWS) *** Local Caption *** PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: MINIATURE PEOPLE SURROUNDED BY ASPARAGUS.)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create e

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Für ihre kleinen Figürchen schafft die Finanzberaterin immer wieder neue Umgebungen. 

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: Coconut Kyakker.)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every day scenes for her tiny people. In one scene, the 63-year-old uses asparagus spears instead of a forest for a group of four small explorers. For another miniature mountaineering experience, Laurie, from Los Angeles, USA, uses multi-coloured peppers in place of rocks as climbers clamber across. Financial advisor Laurie has been creating her miniscule masterpieces since 2011. SEE CATERS COPY.  (FOTO: DUKAS/CATERSNEWS) *** Local Caption *** PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: Coconut Kyakker.)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every day scenes for her t

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So können die Männchen und Frauchen dank McCormicks Hobby auf einer Ananasscheibe Eislaufen oder in einem Melonenschnitz skaten:

Der klare Sieger im Bananen-Downhill:

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: MINIATURE PEOPLE CYCING ON BANANAS.)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every day scenes for her tiny people. In one scene, the 63-year-old uses asparagus spears instead of a forest for a group of four small explorers. For another miniature mountaineering experience, Laurie, from Los Angeles, USA, uses multi-coloured peppers in place of rocks as climbers clamber across. Financial advisor Laurie has been creating her miniscule masterpieces since 2011. SEE CATERS COPY.   (FOTO: DUKAS/CATERSNEWS) *** Local Caption *** PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: MINIATURE PEOPLE CYCING ON BANANAS.)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every d

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PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: A round of Golf on a Papya. .)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every day scenes for her tiny people. In one scene, the 63-year-old uses asparagus spears instead of a forest for a group of four small explorers. For another miniature mountaineering experience, Laurie, from Los Angeles, USA, uses multi-coloured peppers in place of rocks as climbers clamber across. Financial advisor Laurie has been creating her miniscule masterpieces since 2011. SEE CATERS COPY.  (FOTO: DUKAS/CATERSNEWS) *** Local Caption *** PIC FROM CATERS NEWS AGENCY - (PICTURED: A round of Golf on a Papya. .)- An ingenious artist places miniature models next to normal-sized food to make it look like they have BIG appetites. Laurie McCormick uses fruits and vegetables to create every day sce

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