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Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
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littlelimpstiff14u2:


Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
Zoom Info
littlelimpstiff14u2:


Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
Zoom Info
littlelimpstiff14u2:


Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
Zoom Info
littlelimpstiff14u2:


Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
Zoom Info
littlelimpstiff14u2:


Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
Zoom Info
littlelimpstiff14u2:


Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures
Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution


What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections
If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.
1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal 3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur

7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole

9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow

10. A Rattlesnake
Zoom Info

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Beautiful Anatomical Skeletons, Posed and Photographed As Sculptures

Photographer Patrick Gries transforms ordinary specimens, stripped of fur and flesh, into art that showcases motion, predation and evolution

What happens when you unleash an acclaimed luxury goods photographer on hundreds of anatomical animal skeletons kept in museum collections

If that photographer is Patrick Gries and the skeletons are those of Paris’ Natural Museum of History, you’ll get a series of 300 stark photographs that transform staid, ordinary scientific specimens into biological art.

1.A golden eagle swoops for a rabbit     2. A Narwhal

3.An African elephant            4. A Horse and Human

5. A Brown Woolly Monkey           6. A Flying Lemur
7. A Cheetah                                8.A red fox and common vole
9.A Eurasian Sparrowhawk and a House Sparrow
10. A Rattlesnake


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Día 9: Monstruo
Nunca he dibujado monstruos, así que me he emocionado con este xD (a pesar de que se ve fatal la foto de móvil, pero bue).
Incluso mientras lo hacía, pensaba en sus características: Es como una especie de sanguijuela gigante y monstruosa, se arrastra cual serpiente pero la zona que va hacia la cabeza no la arrastra, sino que la eleva un poco y se ayuda de sus cuatro patas para caminar. Es lento al avanzar, pero cuando ataca es más bien rápido. Tiene esos dos “tentáculos” que sirven mayoritariamente para atrapar a su víctima (o incluso matarla) para luego con la boca irla succionando. No tiene ojos, pero tiene una especie de “sensores” en la cabeza, que detectan los movimientos.
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HTC Wildfire
ISO
120
Focal Length
3mm

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Nacora:

Día 9: Monstruo

Nunca he dibujado monstruos, así que me he emocionado con este xD (a pesar de que se ve fatal la foto de móvil, pero bue).

Incluso mientras lo hacía, pensaba en sus características: Es como una especie de sanguijuela gigante y monstruosa, se arrastra cual serpiente pero la zona que va hacia la cabeza no la arrastra, sino que la eleva un poco y se ayuda de sus cuatro patas para caminar. Es lento al avanzar, pero cuando ataca es más bien rápido. Tiene esos dos “tentáculos” que sirven mayoritariamente para atrapar a su víctima (o incluso matarla) para luego con la boca irla succionando. No tiene ojos, pero tiene una especie de “sensores” en la cabeza, que detectan los movimientos.

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