Flying Wasps

They might be one of the most hated insects in the world but as these extraordinary images show, even wasps can look good – with the right lighting. These remarkable pictures show the pesky insects in a completely different way, revealing a more tranquil and beautiful side to the humble wasp. Photographer, Irina Kozorog, enticed the insects using sweet foods such as raspberries after setting up her macro photography equipment in her garden.

They might be one of the most hated insects in the world but as these extraordinary images show, even wasps can look good - with the right lighting. These remarkable pictures show the pesky insects in a completely different way, revealing a more tranquil and beautiful side to the humble wasp. Photographer, Irina Kozorog, enticed the insects using sweet foods such as raspberries after setting up her macro photography equipment in her garden.

They might be one of the most hated insects in the world but as these extraordinary images show, even wasps can look good - with the right lighting. These remarkable pictures show the pesky insects in a completely different way, revealing a more tranquil and beautiful side to the humble wasp. Photographer, Irina Kozorog, enticed the insects using sweet foods such as raspberries after setting up her macro photography equipment in her garden.

They might be one of the most hated insects in the world but as these extraordinary images show, even wasps can look good - with the right lighting. These remarkable pictures show the pesky insects in a completely different way, revealing a more tranquil and beautiful side to the humble wasp. Photographer, Irina Kozorog, enticed the insects using sweet foods such as raspberries after setting up her macro photography equipment in her garden.

They might be one of the most hated insects in the world but as these extraordinary images show, even wasps can look good - with the right lighting. These remarkable pictures show the pesky insects in a completely different way, revealing a more tranquil and beautiful side to the humble wasp. Photographer, Irina Kozorog, enticed the insects using sweet foods such as raspberries after setting up her macro photography equipment in her garden.