David Tatin – ‘Bestiary’

David Tatin’s series ‘Bestiary’ – cyanotypes tinted with tea captured in solitary walking between day and night in practicing contemplative gaze and immersing into the silence of the landscape.

“It’s a good time to observe animals, but it is difficult to transmit the feelings you get because the most beautiful moments, the most intense, often boil down to stealthy animal silhouettes.”

The series is inspired by Robert Hainard’s words “the real is like the fox observed: leave it from your eye and it is not where you believe it is.”

David Tatin – Bestiary

David Tatin – Bestiary

 

The series is included in a photo book L’animal-montagne