Pascal Goet.


I. Have. No. Words. Words are completely inadequate. Visit Pascal Goet, and lose yourself in wonder. Hang onto those jaws.

CANTHUS.

CANTHUS.

BOUCARDI. © Pascal Goet - 2012

BOUCARDI.

CORNIS

CORNIS.

HEMI.

HEMI.

XYLO.

XYLO.

I’ll stop now. Go see the rest!

Comments

  1. says

    rq:

    I want to know more about how he does this magic.

    He’s a specialist in macro photography, but that’s all I know. Well, besides the fact that I’m seriously jealous.

  2. rq says

    Yeah, his site has very little information on methods and materials. Which is alright, very enigmatic.
    But I want all the prints, seriously, even in small sizes, you could make an awesome line-up down a hallway or stairwell, they’re gorgeous, and I wouldn’t have anywhere to put them right now, but I know I want them.

  3. says

    I’d be thrilled just to be able to do all the traveling to see these magnificent beasties in person. Photographing them would be a bonus. One of my favourite books is Relics, by Piotr Naskrecki.

  4. jimb says

    I am both amazed and a little creeped out (sorry, it’s a “bug thing”).

    Ice Swimmer @ 6:

    The last is all “Dude, fuckin-a.”

    Ha! Perfect.

  5. rq says

    Ooo, thanks for the pointer to Piotr Naskrecki -- I see I have not seen a great many things. :)

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