It’s no secret that wool is a magical fiber. Bright colors cling to it the way fleas cling to pets. Add hot water, a little soap, and it transforms itself from a thin flat fabric to a thick plush felt material that you long to stroke and squeeze. Canadian-Hungarian artist Eszter Burghardt creates these dramatic landscapes by manipulating the versatile fiber. Shooting with a macro lens, the Vancouver based artist captures erupting and smoldering volcanoes, streams of water traversing lush green meadows, ice melting from glaciers. Check out more images from the “Wooly Saga” series here.