TINY hikers are concealed within each of these remarkable landscape photographs – how many can you find?
These jaw-dropping panoramas in Scotland, Denmark and Switzerland look even more vast when you realise how small a human figure appears within them.
Hiker is just about visible here on the Faroe IslandsCredit: Caters
This epic scene was captured in Iceland making Sarah appear tinyCredit: Caters
A mini hiker climbing the Isle of SkyeCredit: Caters
Minute hiker spotted in Norway trying to conquer the mountainCredit: Caters
The grand scenes were captured by, Sarah Afiqah Rodgers, a Scottish landscape photographer.
The 25 year old is an avid hiker and was able to grab the shots whilst out travelling.
She said: “This style of the photographs came by chance through me doing tripod shots of myself, as I didn’t have anyone else to take photos for me.
“I noticed that my already tiny 4ft11 self looked even tinier against the massive landscapes that Norway had to offer.”
The Forcan Ridge, Scottish Highlands, making a hiker appear tinyCredit: Caters
Gigantic glacier in Iceland towers over SarahCredit: Caters
Snowy mountain in Scotland captured by SarahCredit: Caters
Sarah scaling peaks within the Scottish HighlandsCredit: Caters
A tiny hiker showing of the enormous scale of the Faroe IslandsCredit: Caters
Can you find this hiker in the orange jacket in the Scottish Highlands?Credit: Caters
Tiny hiker reaches the top of Segla, Norway, but can you spot them?Credit: Caters
A trio of hikers scale Forcan Ridge, ScotlandCredit: Caters
Hiker reaches the top of Segla, NorwayCredit: Caters
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Sarah added : “I spend most of my time living in the van in the Scottish Highlands, I spend a lot of my time up in the peaks looking over beautiful Scottish scenery.”
Sarah has been climbing since 2015 and documenting her journeys since 2018.
Her favourite locations being Segla in Senja, Norway, The Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland and Stob Dearg, Buachaille Etive Mor, in Glen Coe, Scotland.
She added: “For me, these three peaks are very iconic and hold a lot of sentimental value to me.
“All three have a very special moment. Whenever I think of Segla, I remember being alone at -15c up the mountain, watching the Northern Lights dance over the peak.
“The feeling of summiting a mountain is a mix of emotions like no other.
“There’s an overwhelming sense of achievement, relief, excitement to see the view but also a recognition that you’re only halfway through and now have to go all the way back down again!
“It is definitely like being on top of the world, especially for someone as small as me, conquering a massive peak and seeing just how huge our world is below me.”
The hardest of the lot, hiker is just visible on the edge of the Faroe IslandsCredit: Caters News Agency
Sarah can be seen at the bottom left of the pictureCredit: Caters News Agency
The hiker can be sen standing on top of the middle peakCredit: Caters News Agency
The hiker can be seen just below the centre of the photograph circledCredit: Caters News Agency
Tiny hiker circled on the right side of the pictureCredit: Caters News Agency
The hiker just below the glacier in the bottom centreCredit: Caters News Agency
On the peak of the snowy hill is the hikerCredit: Caters News Agency
About to begin the ascent, a hiker begins the climb to the peakCredit: Caters News Agency
One dare devil hiker is captured peaking over the edge of a cliff in the Faroe IslandsCredit: Caters News Agency
The tiny hiker in the orange jacket is visible here in the Scottish HighlandsCredit: Caters News Agency
Hiker in the green coat at the peak in Segla, NorwayCredit: Caters News Agency
The trio circled amongst the sun rays of Forcan Ridge, ScotlandCredit: Caters News Agency
Hiker circled, looks miniature, on the top of Segla, NorwayCredit: Caters News Agency