Tim Flach is an amazing photographer best known for his photography on animals or conceptual animal portraits especially horses. The main concern of Tim Flach in his photography is for animals.
“Animal lovers are special breed of humans, generous of spirit, full of empathy, perhaps a little prone to sentimentality and with hearts as big as a cloudless sky.”
Tim Flach is also a great animal lover whose love attracted him towards outstanding conceptual animal portraits. The subjects of his photography include dogs, bats, monkeys, horses, parrots, turkeys, Chinese pigs, frogs, fish and chameleons.
His two great art works on animal photography are “The book, Equus” and “The book, Dogs Gods”.
The collection of photographs shown here is an amazing artwork done by Tim Flach. One of them seems like staring straight into the soul of the wolf, the Icelandic pony against his harsh and beautiful environment, the foal embryo. He has captured nature’s moments at their finest in finite detail.
These photographs contain beautiful textures and shapes with beautiful color contrasts. These images have a real natural beauty and are very entertaining and enjoyable.
Leading organizations and publications have repeatedly honored Flach’s work for his wonderful animal photography. These pictures seem like talking to animals as if we are talking to human beings. He conveys his topic interested in such close heart that we start to understand their poses and gestures as we would the body language of a human shape, face or hand.