The Praying Mantis Endoskeleton

The Praying Mantis Endoskeleton; enticing works by Judith G. Klausner:

Mantis Endoskeleton Side image

I lust love how “freaky” The Praying Mantis images are—and the photography is beautiful. Judith starts to describe her work on her site:

I first began working with insects in 2005, and was startled by the strong reactions of disgust I received. It struck me as tragic that our cultural phobia could blind us so effectively to such exquisite delicacy. From there I became interested in examining what other small beauty was lost to us through prejudice or oversight [more]

Mantis Endoskeleton Front image

The Praying Mantis images shown above are © copyright Judith G. Klausner via JGKlausner.com

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