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These Milan Zygmunt images depict a series of suspended moments as they unfolded naturally in the wild. Zygmunt draws inspiration from Rostislav Stanch, an artist based in the Czech Republic.
Critical to this Zygmunt series is a hefty assortment of owls. He picks up on the many intricacies of the species, seen in his attention to their wings, eyes and beaks. The snapshots are so detailed that they often come across as fake, looking more like paintings than anything else. He describes the fowl in amorous terms, “All species of owls are very beautiful and they’re masterpieces of nature. I’m happy when I get to shoot all animals, but owls in flight are simply wonderful.”