I traveled around the world to explore the jungles because I wanted to photograph all things small.
I discovered some of the most intricate almost man-made structures, created by the world's smallest architects of nature. Feel free to admire!
Tiny world which most people hate but there is something unique that attracts me always to these mini creatures.
People show their concern for animals which are on the level of extinction and these little creatures get left out.
Most insects are gross and only get worse with size. However, the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History has the cutest beetle in its collection. That's right, a tiny VW Beetle hangs among the assorted creepy crawlies.
macro pictures of bees doing what they do best!
I got a new phone in July. It was a Xiaomi Mi 4i. While exploring my new awesome phone, I noticed the camera had a manual mode.
When your work requires you to write about insects, your point of view gets twisted. You start finding them fascinating, beautiful. You start to think "Hey, maybe they deserve to be in the spotlight once in a while".
Josué Camilo Castillo-Ortega, better known as Camilo Castillo by his friends, went from his hometown in Dagua, Colombia, to Aruba, various locations in New Jersey, and finally settled in Linden, New Jersey in August 2014. Camilo has enjoyed numerous successes in...
Camilo Castillo Art
Enjoying my backyard with busy bees and butterflies.
A few years ago, inspired by the great picture books of my childhood, like Masquerade by Kit Williams, Faeries by Alan Lee and Giger's Necronomicon (I didn't show my parents that one, way too NSFA), I undertook what will probably be...
A gallery of amazing photographs of insects, birds, fish and mammals, cluttered up together to the point that they look like art and not nature!