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Picture of Zero Footprint (Signed)

Publisher's Description

This portfolio consists of images taken over a five year (and counting) period from precisely the same location our hillside studio in the Glenkens area of Dumfries and Galloway.

Having built a low carbon house on the hillside we were inspired to see if we could apply some similar principles to our photography.

The restriction is a geographical one only - we can use any lens and point the camera in any direction, taking advantage of the changes in season and dramatic variances in natural light. Although it's a beautiful outlook, our view doesn't necessarily lend itself to a good composition for a traditional landscape photograph and we quickly realised that some of the bests shots we would get are those of the banks of fog and mist that roll in and often spend the entire day moving like a tide backwards and forwards in the glen.

Sample images

Publisher: Leeming + Paterson



Leeming + Paterson
This portfolio consists of images taken over a five year (and counting) period from precisely the same location our hillside studio in the Glenkens area of Dumfries and Galloway.
£40.00

Picture of Petrochemical America

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Publisher's Description

Now available in a compact and easy-to-reference paperback edition, Petrochemical America features Richard Misrach’s haunting photographic record of Louisiana’s Chemical Corridor, accompanied by landscape architect Kate Orff’s Ecological Atlas--a series of "speculative drawings" developed through research and mapping of data from the region. Their joint effort depicts and unpacks the complex cultural, physical and economic ecologies along 150 miles of the Mississippi River, from Baton Rouge to New Orleans, an area of intense chemical production that first garnered public attention as "Cancer Alley" when unusual occurrences of cancer were discovered in the region. This collaboration has resulted in an unprecedented, multilayered document presenting a unique narrative of visual information. Petrochemical America offers in-depth analysis of the causes of decades of environmental abuse along the largest river system in North America. Even more critically, the project offers an extensively researched guidebook to the way in which the petrochemical industry has permeated every facet of contemporary life. What is revealed over the course of the book, however, is that Cancer Alley--although complicated by its own regional histories and particularities--may well be an apt metaphor for the global impact of petrochemicals on the human landscape as a whole.

Publisher: Aperture

Size: 11.75 X 9.25"

240 pages, 150 in colour

Richard Misrach & Kate Orff
Richard Misrach’s haunting photographic record of Louisiana’s Chemical Corridor, accompanied by landscape architect Kate Orff’s Ecological Atlas--a series of "speculative drawings" developed through research and mapping of data from the region.
£22.50

Picture of The Burn

Publisher's Description

»These photographs are part of a series begun in 2007 when I observed my first controlled prairie burn. I was immediately struck by the burn’s visual and expressive potential, as well as the way it evoked themes that are at the core of my photographic work. A controlled burn is deliberately set; its violent, destructive force reduces invasive vegetation so that native plants can continue to prosper. (…) These images of regenerative destruction constitute a universal metaphor: the ephemeral moment when life and death are not opposed but are harmonized as a single process to be embraced as one.« Jane Fulton Alt

Jane Fulton Alt (b. 1951) is a fine art photographer based in the Chicago area. She has received numerous awards, among them Photolucida’s Critical Mass Award and the Humble Arts 31 Women in Art Photography. She has published Look and Leave: Photographs and Stories of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward about the aftermath of Katrina in 2009. Alt’s work is in numerous permanent collections, e. g. the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Smithsonian National Museum of American History, New Orleans Museum of Art, De Paul Art Museum, Center for Photography, Woodstock.

Authors: Deborah Gribbon, Gary Gutting, Jane Fulton Alt, Michael Weinstein
Artists: Jane Fulton Alt

Designed by Sam Silvio
Hardcover
21 x 21 cm
96 pages
38 color ills.
English

2013

Jane Fulton Alt
A series of photographs of a controlled prairie burn. Selected for the German Photo Book Award 2014.
£35.25

Picture of Water

Overseas deliveries  Please note that, as this is a heavy item, overseas postage will be charged at twice our standard rates.

Publisher's Description

There is no life without water. Burtynsky’s new and highly anticipated book Water tells us the story of where water comes from, how we use it, distribute and waste it. Often using a bird’s-eye perspective, the photographer shows us its remote sources, remarkable ancient step-wells and mass bathing rituals, the transformation of desert into cities with waterfronts on each doorstep, the compromised landscapes of the American Southwest. Furthermore, Burtynsky explores the infrastructure of water management: the gigantic hydroelectric dams and terraced rice fields in the heart of China, the vast irrigation systems of America’s bread basket and the use of aquaculture. The colour photographs in this book are poetic and at the same time highly relevant: they reveal another vital component of our life on earth that drives the bloom of civilization, and foreshadow the extent to which our future depends on our everyday behaviour in dealing with this increasingly scarce resource.

Publisher: Steidl

228 pages

Edward Burtynsky
There is no life without water. Burtynsky’s new and highly anticipated book Water tells us the story of where water comes from, how we use it, distribute and waste it.
£76.50

Picture of Spill

Publisher's Description

This new book by internationally acclaimed photographer Daniel Beltrá shows the abstracted results of the 2010 Gulf oil disaster. The scale of the disaster is revealed through aerial photographs which confuse scale and draw attention to the violent effect of mans pursuit of fossil fuels.

Publisher: Gost

Size: 305 x 230mm

64 pages printed full-colour on heavyweight paper

Edition of 2000 copies

Daniel Beltra
This new book by internationally acclaimed photographer Daniel Beltrá shows the abstracted results of the 2010 Gulf oil disaster. The scale of the disaster is revealed through aerial photographs which confuse scale and draw attention to the violent effect of mans pursuit of fossil fuels.
£35.10

Picture of Through the Eyes of The Condor

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Publisher's Description

Step aboard a private plane for a breathtaking tour of the immense and varied wilderness of Latin America—lush lands and scenic waterways nearly impossible to experience any other way.

Your guide to this remarkable vision is Robert B. Haas, award-winning environmentalist and one of the world's foremost artists in aerial photography. Poignant essays penned by Haas while living in Latin America expand on themes important to understanding the region: culture, economy, development, tourism, and more.

Publisher: National Geographic

Size: 11 x 15"

232 pages

Robert B. Haas
Was £35 > Now £12.50
£12.50

Picture of Landscape

Publisher's description

In its interior, Japan is mountainous and green. Most of the population still lives along its coasts, but as people slowly move inland, mountainsides are torn away to create necessary horizontal space. To secure the newly exposed inclines, concrete is sprayed and poured onto the vertical plains, or hoisted as pre-poured grids onto the hillsides. Since 1983, Toshio Shibata has photographed these sites. His elaborate compositions and exquisite black and white prints are works of art that record the merging - and resulting tension - of Japan's great natural beauty and the craftsmanship of its engineers. Landscape presents a selection of forty-three photographs from this project, with essays by Anne Tucker and Etsuro Ishihara.

Customer review
An exquisite and deeply engaging book. It is large in that it shows what must be plate-size photographs, which have been very well printed.  The details are all there to pore over and you will find yourself going back for more.  The text is minimal but enough to nudge your thought process into the right direction.

Having been to Japan I am fascinated by all things Japanese, although you don't have to have been there to appreciate these pictures. These pictures point out as exceptional what is common place and almost not seen in Japan.

I am also interested in the silver gelatin print, traditional photography and the theme of man's presence in the world as well as the theme of rejuvenation and transformation. This book conveys all of these aspects.

This book packs with it an immense amount of philosophy. Even though the pictures are supremely beautiful, there is more to this book than just the pictures.
Alex 17/03/2014
Toshio Shibata
Last few copies of this classic of Japanese landscape photography. The 2000 edition.
£40.00

Picture of Ice: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers

Publisher's Description

A never-before-seen look into the forbidding environment of glaciers, this book celebrates a realm of magnificent endangered beauty. Since 2005, renowned nature photographer James Balog has devoted himself to capturing glaciers and documenting their daily changes. These stunning images are a celebration of some of the most extraordinary natural formations on earth, as well as a dramatic and timely demonstration of the stark consequences resulting from global warming—from Alaska to Iceland to the Alps. As glaciologists for the Extreme Ice Survey, Balog and his team are conducting the most extensive glacier study ever, covering France, Switzerland, Iceland, Greenland, the United States (Alaska and Montana), Nepal, Bolivia, and Antarctica. Their high-resolution cameras capture approximately 4,000 images per year. From this collection of nearly half a million photos, Balog presents the most stunning panoramic photography of glaciers ever published.

Publisher: Rizzoli

Size: 13 x 10-1/2"

James Balog
A never-before-seen look into the forbidding environment of glaciers, this book celebrates a realm of magnificent endangered beauty.
£26.96

Picture of Petrochemical America

Publisher's Description

Petrochemical America features Richard Misrach’s haunting photographic record of Louisiana’s Chemical Corridor, accompanied by landscape architect Kate Orff’s Ecological Atlas—a series of “throughlines,” speculative drawings developed through research and mapping of data from the region. Their joint effort depicts and unpacks the complex cultural, physical, and economic ecologies along 150 miles of the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge to New Orleans, an area of intense chemical production that first garnered public attention as “Cancer Alley” when unusual occurrences of cancer were discovered in the region.

This collaboration has resulted in an unprecedented, multilayered document presenting a unique narrative of visual information. Petrochemical America offers in-depth analysis of the causes of decades of environmental abuse along the largest river system in North America. Even more critically, the project offers an extensively researched guidebook to the way in which the petrochemical industry has permeated every facet of contemporary life. What is revealed over the course of the book is that Cancer Alley—although complicated by its own regional histories and particularities—may well be an apt metaphor for the global impact of petrochemicals on the human landscape as a whole.

Publisher: Aperture

Size: 13 1/2 x 10 1/2"

240 pages (plus 24-page insert), 150 four-colour images

Richard Misrach
Petrochemical America features Richard Misrach’s haunting photographic record of Louisiana’s Chemical Corridor, accompanied by landscape architect Kate Orff’s Ecological Atlas—a series of “throughlines,” speculative drawings developed through research and mapping of data from the region.
£45.00

Picture of The Dirty Colors of Growth: China's Huai River

Publisher's Description

China’s spectacular growth has brought not just prosperity, but also serious damage to the environment. For photojournalist Andreas Seibert, the present state of the Huai River is a clear example of these problems. Several stretches of the river have been so seriously polluted by toxic waste that people are advised not to even touch the water. Seibert has traveled along the river from source to mouth in order to record how it changes from a stretch of water rising amidst unspoiled nature into a large and poisonous river. Pictures taken on his travels present the poor hinterlands which are generally forgotten in discussions on China, and show the people who live on and near the river—in a habitat on the brink of destruction.

Sample images here.

Publisher: Lars Müller Publishers

Size:260 x 190 mm

320 pages, 240 illustrations

Andreas Seibert
China’s spectacular growth has brought not just prosperity, but also serious damage to the environment. For photojournalist Andreas Seibert, the present state of the Huai River is a clear example of these problems.
£31.50

Picture of Global Remains: Abandoned Architecture and Objects from Seven Continents

Publisher's Description 

In Global Remains, Michael Clinton offers a visionary collection of the different places around the world that have struck his perceptive eye: forgotten places and artefacts that range from homes, to churches, to planes, statues, temples, and farmhouses. Though abandoned, the objects and places retain grand vitality and rich character that have drawn Clinton to photograph these places. Photographs depict a multitude of beautiful forgotten places: a shipwreck immersed in sandy beaches; The Colosseum of Rome; ancient Buddha statues, or intriguing graffiti of Che Guevara. Clinton brings life back to these ruined churches, homes, streets, planes, and statues brilliantly with his lens. Michael Clinton's intense life-long desire to explore the world has led him to 120 countries and every continent on the globe with his camera in tow. His breathtaking photographs serve as a visual travel diary.

Clinton's travels have brought him face-to-face with the most diverse peoples, spectacular cities, breathtaking landscapes, and exotic wildlife on the planet, allowing him to take spectacular photos of his experiences.

Contents: Introduction; One: Industrial; Two: Reliquary & Ancient; Three: Graffiti & Signage; Four: Pastoral; Five: Airfield; Six: Road & Wheel; Seven: Dwelling & Town; Index; Acknowledgments.

Publisher: Glitterati Incorporated

Size: 152 x 203 mm

352 pages, 300 colour images

Michael Clinton
Global Remains is the third and final volume in his acclaimed Global series, featuring the design and architectural vestiges that make each of the countries he has visited distinct and memorable.
£22.50

Picture of Moments Before the Flood,

Publisher's Description

Moments Before the Flood, is a visual and photographic investigation into how we will handle a possible flood. Within the text Carl De Keyzer wonders how Europe is preparing itself for a possible rise of our sea levels and how insufficient these measures appear to be. The author doesn't want to photograph the disaster, but the 'waiting for the disaster to happen'. In his photographs he captures the obscurity of the unknown and the unsure. The photographs presented in this book are monumental, both in beauty and in resolution. Carl De Keyzer used the latest technique (65 million pixels) to create intriguing images, with a highly David Lynch-like atmosphere.

  • The result of five years of travelling, presenting various dramatic photographs of the coasts of Europe
  • An artistic and ecological masterpiece
  • Includes 200 images with nursery rhymes collected from children across Europe
  • Published in conjunction with a waterfront exhibition in Ostend, Belgium, on view from May - August 2012

Publisher: Lannoo Publishers

Size: 320 x 320 mm

280 pages, 250 colour illustrations

Carl De Keyzer
Moments Before the Flood, is a visual and photographic investigation into how we will handle a possible flood.
£45.00

Picture of Sacred Headwaters

In a rugged knot of mountains in northern British Columbia lies a spectacular valley
known to the First Nations as the Sacred Headwaters. There, three of Canada’s
most important salmon rivers—the Stikine, the Skeena, and the Nass—are born in
close proximity. Now, against the wishes of all First Nations, the British Columbia
government has opened the Sacred Headwaters to industrial development. Imperial
Metals proposes an open-pit copper and gold mine, called the Red Chris mine, and
Royal Dutch Shell wants to extract coal bed methane gas across a tenure of close to
a million acres.
In The Sacred Headwaters, a collection of photographs by Carr Clifton and members
of the International League of Conservation Photographers—including Claudio
Contreras, Paul Colangelo, and Wade Davis—portray the splendour of the region.
These photographs are supplemented by images from other professionals who have
worked here, including Sarah Leen of the National Geographic.
The compelling text by Wade Davis, which describes the region’s beauty, the
threats to it, and the response of native groups and other inhabitants, is complemented
by the voices of the Tahltan elders. The inescapable message is that no
amount of methane gas can compensate for the sacrifice of a place that could be the
Sacred Headwaters of all Canadians and indeed of all peoples of the world.
Wade Davis is explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society and is the
author of numerous books, including Light at the Edge of the World and The Clouded
Leopard. He has lived and worked in the Stikine as a park ranger, guide, and anthropologist
since 1978. He and his wife, Gail, own Wolf Creek Lodge, the closest private
holding to both the Sacred Headwaters and the proposed site of the Red Chris mine.

1 1 ” x 10” · 160 pages
ful l -colour photographs throughout , 1 map

Carr Clifton

In a rugged knot of mountains in northern British Columbia lies a spectacular valley
known to the First Nations as the Sacred Headwaters. There, three of Canada’s
most important salmon rivers—the Stikine, the Skeena, and the Nass—are born in
close proximity. Now, against the wishes of all First Nations, the British Columbia
government has opened the Sacred Headwaters to industrial development. Imperial
Metals proposes an open-pit copper and gold mine, called the Red Chris mine, and
Royal Dutch Shell wants to extract coal bed methane gas across a tenure of close to
a million acres.
In The Sacred Headwaters, a collection of photographs by Carr Clifton and members
of the International League of Conservation Photographers—including Claudio
Contreras, Paul Colangelo, and Wade Davis—portray the splendour of the region.
These photographs are supplemented by images from other professionals who have
worked here, including Sarah Leen of the National Geographic.
The compelling text by Wade Davis, which describes the region’s beauty, the
threats to it, and the response of native groups and other inhabitants, is complemented
by the voices of the Tahltan elders. The inescapable message is that no
amount of methane gas can compensate for the sacrifice of a place that could be the
Sacred Headwaters of all Canadians and indeed of all peoples of the world.
Wade Davis is explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society and is the
author of numerous books, including Light at the Edge of the World and The Clouded
Leopard. He has lived and worked in the Stikine as a park ranger, guide, and anthropologist
since 1978. He and his wife, Gail, own Wolf Creek Lodge, the closest private
holding to both the Sacred Headwaters and the proposed site of the Red Chris mine.

1 1 ” x 10” · 160 pages
ful l -colour photographs throughout , 1 map

£32.95

Picture of Quarries

Over a twenty-five year career exploring the landscape as transformed by industry, the celebrated Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky has accumulated a body of work on large scale quarries around the world. Including Canada, Italy, China, Spain, Portugal, India and America these thought provoking studies of sites that are created as we dig into the earth for material in order to build our cities, urge us to consider how we as viewers are simultaneously attracted yet repulsed by these landscapes – somewhere a building is created while a landscape is destroyed.

Publisher: Steidl
Size: 381 x 304 mm
176 pages, 80 colour plates

Edward Burtynsky

Over a twenty-five year career exploring the landscape as transformed by industry, the celebrated Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky has accumulated a body of work on large scale quarries around the world. Including Canada, Italy, China, Spain, Portugal, India and America these thought provoking studies of sites that are created as we dig into the earth for material in order to build our cities, urge us to consider how we as viewers are simultaneously attracted yet repulsed by these landscapes – somewhere a building is created while a landscape is destroyed.

Publisher: Steidl
Size: 381 x 304 mm
176 pages, 80 colour plates

£54.00

Picture of Chernobyl Zone 1

Since 2008 photographer Andrej Krementschouk has visited Chernobyl, venturing into the restricted 30km zone of alienation around the reactor. This fisrt part of a two edition release collects images of the rural landscape alongside moving portraits of those who refused to leave their homes, despite the danger of radiation, fuelled by their commitment to their sense of place, home and responsibility to the surrounding nature and way of life.

Andrej Krementschouk

Since 2008 photographer Andrej Krementschouk has visited Chernobyl, venturing into the restricted 30km zone of alienation around the reactor. This fisrt part of a two edition release collects images of the rural landscape alongside moving portraits of those who refused to leave their homes, despite the danger of radiation, fuelled by their commitment to their sense of place, home and responsibility to the surrounding nature and way of life.

£58.50

Picture of Supercell
Publisher's Description
Fascinating and breathtaking large-format photographs of severe weather

At the age of twelve, Kevin Erskine (*1956 in Sharpsburg, Illinois) witnessed his first big storm: a category 4 tornado with wind speeds of over 207 miles per hour raged through the center of his hometown of Hoskins, Nebraska. Fascinated and inspired by this immense force of nature, Erskine began taking his first photographs with his father’s camera. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivate him to capture supercells with his large-format camera. The images depict enormous cloud masses in continually different formations—be it before a thunderstorm, during a tornado, shined on by the red evening sun, or forebodingly dark purple or black by night. Erskine masterfully demonstrates the ambivalence between the terrifying force of nature and its stunning beauty.

You can view images from this book on the the photographer's website.

Publisher: Hatje Cantz
Size: 388 x 288 mm
192 pages, 105 colour ills.

Publisher's Price: £ 55.00
Kevin Erskine
Publisher's Description
Fascinating and breathtaking large-format photographs of severe weather

At the age of twelve, Kevin Erskine (*1956 in Sharpsburg, Illinois) witnessed his first big storm: a category 4 tornado with wind speeds of over 207 miles per hour raged through the center of his hometown of Hoskins, Nebraska. Fascinated and inspired by this immense force of nature, Erskine began taking his first photographs with his father’s camera. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivate him to capture supercells with his large-format camera. The images depict enormous cloud masses in continually different formations—be it before a thunderstorm, during a tornado, shined on by the red evening sun, or forebodingly dark purple or black by night. Erskine masterfully demonstrates the ambivalence between the terrifying force of nature and its stunning beauty.

You can view images from this book on the the photographer's website.

Publisher: Hatje Cantz
Size: 388 x 288 mm
192 pages, 105 colour ills.

Publisher's Price: £ 55.00
£63.00

Picture of Wealth of Nature - Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Human Well-Being
Was £36.99 > Now £12.25

Publisher's Description

More than twenty essays by some of the most distinguished scientists working in conservation are compiled in this publication to highlight that unsustainable economic growth has put a burden on nature’s capacity to deliver clean water, fresh air, medicines and climate regulation, among other benefits. Assigning a financial value to them is the key to mend some of the environmental impact of human activities.

This book is a celebration nature’s ecological services and demonstrates in detail how they contribute to our health, economic prosperity, and cultural values.

Russ Mittermeier, President of CI, who, together with Jeff McNeely of IUCN led the group of scientists, said: “Nature provides services that are essential to sustain all life on the planet. These services must be valued according to the benefits that they provide to people, and those communities who work to protect them should be financially compensated for this. Economic instruments are a way to encourage better management of ecosystems.”

The Wealth of Nature is illustrated with hundreds of amazing full-color photographs by a host of world-renowned nature photographers, including noted wildlife photographer Frans Lanting, the award-winning Jenny E. Ross and endangered species photographer Joel Sartore. “Photography moves people and take them to places they could not see by themselves. We hope to shine a light on some the most pressing environmental issues of today and inspire the public to take care of the natural world,” said Cristina Mittermeier, Executive Director of the ILCP.

Publisher: Cemex


Publisher's Price: £ 36.99

Was £36.99 > Now £12.25

Publisher's Description

More than twenty essays by some of the most distinguished scientists working in conservation are compiled in this publication to highlight that unsustainable economic growth has put a burden on nature’s capacity to deliver clean water, fresh air, medicines and climate regulation, among other benefits. Assigning a financial value to them is the key to mend some of the environmental impact of human activities.

This book is a celebration nature’s ecological services and demonstrates in detail how they contribute to our health, economic prosperity, and cultural values.

Russ Mittermeier, President of CI, who, together with Jeff McNeely of IUCN led the group of scientists, said: “Nature provides services that are essential to sustain all life on the planet. These services must be valued according to the benefits that they provide to people, and those communities who work to protect them should be financially compensated for this. Economic instruments are a way to encourage better management of ecosystems.”

The Wealth of Nature is illustrated with hundreds of amazing full-color photographs by a host of world-renowned nature photographers, including noted wildlife photographer Frans Lanting, the award-winning Jenny E. Ross and endangered species photographer Joel Sartore. “Photography moves people and take them to places they could not see by themselves. We hope to shine a light on some the most pressing environmental issues of today and inspire the public to take care of the natural world,” said Cristina Mittermeier, Executive Director of the ILCP.

Publisher: Cemex


Publisher's Price: £ 36.99
£12.25

Picture of Grand Canyon - River at Risk
Was £26.99 > Now £12.25

Publisher's Description

It's an alarming if little-known fact: one of the world's mightiest rivers, the Colorado, no longer reaches the sea. Every drop of its water is allocated to agriculture and communities along the way and none remains for the Colorado Delta at river's end, a once-thriving estuary that supported North America's most diverse biosphere. Grand Canyon: A River at Risk draws attention the river's plight as well as to the larger issue of the looming global water crisis. It follows Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a leading advocate for water conservation and river restoration, eminent ethnobotanist Wade Davis, and their two daughters on a rafting adventure down the Colorado. Their compelling journey illuminates both the challenges and the many opportunities that exist for conserving and restoring the world's watersheds. Combining science and adventure with glorious imagery and locations, the book delivers a message of hope and inspiration for all people of the world.

Publisher: Earth Aware Editions
160 pages, More than 150 full-color photographs

Publisher's Price: £ 26.99
Principal Photography by Chris Rainier
Was £26.99 > Now £12.25

Publisher's Description

It's an alarming if little-known fact: one of the world's mightiest rivers, the Colorado, no longer reaches the sea. Every drop of its water is allocated to agriculture and communities along the way and none remains for the Colorado Delta at river's end, a once-thriving estuary that supported North America's most diverse biosphere. Grand Canyon: A River at Risk draws attention the river's plight as well as to the larger issue of the looming global water crisis. It follows Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a leading advocate for water conservation and river restoration, eminent ethnobotanist Wade Davis, and their two daughters on a rafting adventure down the Colorado. Their compelling journey illuminates both the challenges and the many opportunities that exist for conserving and restoring the world's watersheds. Combining science and adventure with glorious imagery and locations, the book delivers a message of hope and inspiration for all people of the world.

Publisher: Earth Aware Editions
160 pages, More than 150 full-color photographs

Publisher's Price: £ 26.99
£12.25

Picture of Antarctica - The Global Warning
Was £32.99 > Now £12.25

Publisher's Description

Antarctica's environment today is a microcosm of the wold environment's future: as endangered creatures, such as the chinstrap penguins, humpback whales, and albatrosses continue to face extinction, research scientists have concluded that this icy ecosystem serves as a final warning of impending environmental deterioration. Sebastian Copeland's photographs have captured both the incredible beauty of the continent and the devastation that climate changes have wreaked on it. His data, photographs, and conclusions - along with contributions from Will Steger, David De Rothschild, Stephen Schneider, Zac Goldsmith, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Leonardo DiCaprio - bring to readers with insight and urgency the momentous reality of the not so distant future with insight and urgency.

Publisher: Earth Aware Editions
Size: 9 x 13 1/2"
176 pages

Publisher's Price: £ 32.99
Sebastian Copeland
Was £32.99 > Now £12.25

Publisher's Description

Antarctica's environment today is a microcosm of the wold environment's future: as endangered creatures, such as the chinstrap penguins, humpback whales, and albatrosses continue to face extinction, research scientists have concluded that this icy ecosystem serves as a final warning of impending environmental deterioration. Sebastian Copeland's photographs have captured both the incredible beauty of the continent and the devastation that climate changes have wreaked on it. His data, photographs, and conclusions - along with contributions from Will Steger, David De Rothschild, Stephen Schneider, Zac Goldsmith, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Leonardo DiCaprio - bring to readers with insight and urgency the momentous reality of the not so distant future with insight and urgency.

Publisher: Earth Aware Editions
Size: 9 x 13 1/2"
176 pages

Publisher's Price: £ 32.99
£12.25

Picture of Leave No Trace - The Vanishing North American Wilderness
Publisher's Description
North America’s pristine, remote, and very much endangered lands as seen through the award-winning aerial photography of Jim Wark. The expanse of North America seems boundless, and its wild lands encompass some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Though timeless in their majesty, some areas are at risk of vanishing or changing forever, and Jim Wark’s passion is to capture many of these beautiful regions before they are developed or environmentally impacted-and lost. From the lush coasts of the Great Lakes to the jagged peaks of the Rocky Mountains, from the deep crevasses of Utah’s Canyonlands to the picturesque valleys of the Appalachians, this breathtaking volume captures these remote gems with glorious vistas and unique and detailed perspectives only available from the air. Piloting his high-wing bush plane for unobstructed camera work and unique low-level angles, Wark’s artistic eye for detail makes this book an incomparable trip to the last North American wildernesses.

Publisher: Universe
Size: 9 x 12"


Publisher's Price: £ 35.00
Contribution by Roderick Nash, Photographed by Jim Wark
Publisher's Description
North America’s pristine, remote, and very much endangered lands as seen through the award-winning aerial photography of Jim Wark. The expanse of North America seems boundless, and its wild lands encompass some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Though timeless in their majesty, some areas are at risk of vanishing or changing forever, and Jim Wark’s passion is to capture many of these beautiful regions before they are developed or environmentally impacted-and lost. From the lush coasts of the Great Lakes to the jagged peaks of the Rocky Mountains, from the deep crevasses of Utah’s Canyonlands to the picturesque valleys of the Appalachians, this breathtaking volume captures these remote gems with glorious vistas and unique and detailed perspectives only available from the air. Piloting his high-wing bush plane for unobstructed camera work and unique low-level angles, Wark’s artistic eye for detail makes this book an incomparable trip to the last North American wildernesses.

Publisher: Universe
Size: 9 x 12"


Publisher's Price: £ 35.00
£31.50

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