This is a preview of Keith Loutit’s “Small Worlds” videos, which use tilt shift techniques to show what appear to be teeny tiny people and teeny tiny modes of transportation zooming around. Maybe we like them because they remind us of all the toy train sets we see zipping through miniature villages around this time of year.

More of Loutit’s videos can be seen on Vimeo and on keithloutit.com.

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