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Monochrome Animal Photography by Lukas Holas

Published Sep 22, 2014

Czech photographer and graphic designer Lukas Holas captures stunning black and white portraits of wild animals in their zoo enclosures.

“It may not seem so but shooting in a zoo might turn into a totally exciting matter. ‘Will the picture be good despite a smudged glass, strong steel bars, frequent apathy of animals or omnipresent crowds of tourists?’ Sometimes it works out well 🙂

My images have no specific message, but I believe that they leave some space for personal imagination and foreshadow a deeper story of animals portrayed. I also suppose that the black colour simply suits the animals and presents them in a more dignified environment than the stark walls of the enclosures do.”

– Lukas Holas

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