Masterpiece portraits of animals by Tim Flack
• masterpiece portraits of animals by Tim Flack
The famous British photographer Tim Flach (Tim Flach) presented a series of animal portraits on the Scottish International Photography Festival in Edinburgh. His work, which is often traced anthropomorphism, will be available until July 30.
Pair of bonobos. This type of chimpanzee lives in the Congo Basin in Central Africa.
The white tiger on a black background. animal gaze pierces through the viewer.
The idea of this image was inspired by the traditional landscape painting. The composition is constructed so that the viewer's eye to slide clockwise, passing the light, the dark areas.
The great gray owl named Grace.
aputsiny often imitate human behavior. This capuchin named rupees, apparently, is typing a message on your phone.
Axolotl - amphibian that lives in fresh waters of Mexico.
Arab horses - the world's supermodels horses. This sophisticated staging picture is a reference to the famous painting by George Stubbs "Uistlidzheyket" and even performed in similar colors. The shooting took place in the city of Ajman in the UAE.
Dog bullets in the jump. Initially, the bullet was a shepherd dog, and served as an indispensable tool of nomads in the valley of Great Plain in Hungary. Wool bullets covered with very dense and virtually waterproof.
Poodle in the garden of figured trimmed trees in Levens Hall Kendal, Cumbria County, England.
Andalusian horse named Pico.
Big panda named Yun I, which translated into Russian means "elegant", in the center of the study of giant pandas in Chengdu. The Center has successfully multiplied 120 giant pandas from six individuals, rescued in 1987.
Rooster feathers without prances around the stage like a ballerina in the body. This breed was bred by mating individuals with the recessive mutation that limits the development of plumage, with a type of broilers.
Bengal tigress named Kanya.
Dalmatian named Lilly.
This photo Arabian horse remains one of the favorites of the author.