ho knew that snails were so
photogenic? Poland-based
photographer Katarzyna
Zatuzna captures the mystical beauty of these tiny shelled creatures in enchanting images that bring the viewer into their world. Using an exquisite bokeh effect, she lends an otherworldly charm to these intimate dreamlike scenes with an artistry that is quite remarkable.
Though snails might not be the most common subject you'd expect to find in fine art photography, there is a quality about them that continually draws her back to the unassuming creatures. "They are graceful and communicative, establishing contact with humans in their primitive way," Zatuzna tells My Modern
Met. "This is what delights me most in them."
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ho knew that snails were so photogenic? Poland-based photographer Katarzyna Zatuzna captures the mystical beauty of these tiny shelled creatures in enchanting images that bring the viewer into their world. Using an exquisite bokeh effect, she lends an otherworldly charm to these intimate dreamlike scenes with an artistry that is quite remarkable. Though snails might not be the most common subject you'd expect to find in fine art photography, there is a quality about them that continually draws her back to the unassuming creatures. "They are graceful and communicative, establishing contact with humans in their primitive way," Zatuzna tells My Modern Met. "This is what delights me most in them."