Keepers of wisdom: Explore the mystical beauty of owls


Owls have been a source of fascination for humans for centuries. These majestic birds have been featured in stories and myths from ancient Greek and Egyptian times, and have been given symbolic meaning by many different cultures across the world.

Owls are often seen as keepers of wisdom, protectors of the dead, and guardians of the underworld.

For visual artist, the first encounter with owls was far less mystical and ethereal. While visiting a wildlife sanctuary in New Mexico, they were struck by the compelling beauty of the birds’ feather patterns and their huge colorful eyes.


This encounter inspired them to work with owls and capture their beauty through photography.

After securing permission to do a photo shoot, the artist set up a studio and had individual birds brought in by their handlers.

The primary shot they were seeking to capture was the frontal gaze, a direct stare into the camera. This is how the artist makes a more powerful and intimate connection to another living being – by looking them in the eyes.

However, capturing this shot proved to be extremely difficult. Owls can rotate their heads 270 degrees, and each one preferred to look at the black background behind them rather than at the artist and their lights.


Despite the challenges, the artist persevered and was able to capture stunning images of these magnificent birds.

Owls are not only beautiful, but they also play an important role in the ecosystem. They are apex predators, meaning they are at the top of the food chain, and help to control populations of rodents and other small animals.

Owls are also indicators of the health of the environment, as they are sensitive to changes in their habitat and food sources.

Unfortunately, many species of owls are threatened by habitat loss, climate change, and other human activities. It is important to protect these birds and their habitats to ensure their survival for future generations.

In conclusion, owls have captivated humans for centuries with their beauty and symbolism. Through photography, we can capture their stunning features and appreciate their important role in the ecosystem.

It is important to protect these birds and their habitats to ensure their survival for generations to come.



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