Passeurs de lune, Wild animals’ secret night lives, by Eric Médard
Each night brings fear of the dark. Doors and shutters are locked against the night. But that’s when dozens of wild animals come out to run, fly or swim.
Is it possible to capture the elusive dance of furry and feathered nocturnal creatures without disturbing them?
That is the challenge the photographer Eric Médard set himself. It took him four years to track the animals and to recreate the luminous magic of moonlit nights to capture these unique images of this fauna.
160 pages hardcover coffee table book, 28 x 25 cm