Do you see animals in the photos?
Categories: Animals | Nature | Photo projectBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/do-you-see-animals-in-the-photos
Looking at the photos of predators in "natural camouflage" that Art Wolfe makes, the question arises, how does the author himself manage to see them?
An amazing project called "Vanishing Act" creates a feeling of absolute absence of a person in the process of creating photographs, as the author extremely realistically conveys the possibilities of disguise provided to wild animals and birds by nature itself.
How many seconds or minutes did it take you to see the animal in the photo?
And now? How beautiful it is – a real idyll of the world of plants and birds!
Art says: "The collection of photos requires a lot of time, I still add work to this project."
By the way, the author started working on his masterpieces in 1989, and showed the finished photo series only in 2005, that is, 16 years later!
Art says that the main goal of his work is to support and develop the idea of the perfect beauty of the planet Earth.
Everything is very simple here, and very beautiful!
Amazing! But perhaps anyone can see something like this while walking in the wild forest.
It looks like the birds are especially lucky with natural camouflage!
Keywords: Camouflage | Disguise
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