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April 4, 2008
Bejewelled Carcasses is "an excursion into the unseen microcosm full of aesthetic beauty that surrounds us," according to photographer Patricia Pastore. "Choosing a very shallow depth of field, I allow the subject to merge with the white background ... I try to create images that radiate with minimalist elegance, using the eye of the camera to reveal things that are otherwise invisible to, or not noticed by, the naked eye.
See the series, and read more of what Pastore says about her art, here in Lens Culture.