Amazing Photography of Bees and Bunnies and More, Oh My!


As a long-time couple, finding art or photography that we both enjoy can sometimes be difficult. For instance, we’ve been searching for a painting of the rolling hills of Sonoma County that we can both live with for roughly 18 years.

However, the work of Kate Kunath amazes both of us, not only because of the quality of the images, but because of the thought she puts into each of her projects. Whether it’s dilapidated buildings in China or the portraits of people holding rabbits, we both agree these are beautiful and thought-provoking. We first heard about Kunath’s work when Treehugger featured her Stung: Beekeeping in the 21st Century series of photos, which is also full of terrific photos we can both agree on.

Kate Kunath’s Work

(Shawn Connally and Bruce Stewart are guest bloggers)


  1. seems to be working now, really stunning work too. a lovely find!

    I’d also like to say that I’ve been really enjoying your posts, they all seem to be right up my street, so thanks for the all the little adventures you have sent me on, tis much appreciated!

  2. Bunnies! Who needs a Unicorn Chaser when you have bunnies! Good one, Shawn & Bruce.

  3. Very nice photo find. Might suggest‘s gallery for some other nice (and nicely priced) works, like Bootsy Holler, Wendy Cooper, Penny Gentieu or Laura Kicey.

  4. I respectfully disagree with your assessment of these photographs. I don’t find them compelling at all. I do marvel at the photographer’s ability to consistently not capture her subjects at their best.

  5. Curses! Wrong thread!

    (hah, I shoulda said nothing and left you asll scratching your heads trying to connect the themes..)

  6. You know who just couldn’t take a photo was that Diane Arbus. All her subjects came out looking like freaks.

  7. when I saw the bunny photo….I excitedly went to her site but was disappointed to see that the lop rabbit photos referred to them as French lops when in fact they are English Lops! I raise this type of rabbits!!! they are really really sweet and their ears average about 24 inches long from tip to tip! :D the others were marked correctly but my beloved breed were maligned by being call French when they are English. ;p

    5t311a @)-

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