An image inspired by the idiom “Storm In A Teacup” which describes situations where people get far angrier than lots of other people would become, given the circumstances/perceived negative event/perceived wrongdoing that occurred. The phrase can also be used to describe the situation/event/circumstances as being something which you need not worry too much about – it’s not such a big deal and things won’t turn out as badly as the worried person thinks they will.
A digital photo-manipulation using all my own shots taken with a Canon 450D and edited in Photoshop Elements 7. I extracted each of the design elements from their backgrounds and applied filter effects to all of them, except the Cup which remains untouched.
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Two of the original shots:
The edited image: