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Picture of Sex

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Readers expecting something literal from Miki Jo's "SEX" will be disappointed: the book is a study of the movement of water. "SEX" is an extremely large book, which highlights the power of the waves that Jo photographs. Perhaps in showing the rushing of an ocean wave, or in plunging beneath the surface of the water to capture a turbulent image, we can find some relation between the book's title and its content. It seems possible that the photographs in this series represent Jo's idealized vision of sex. In this way, the different states of water--sometimes powerful, sometimes at rest--represent a highly poetic vision.

303 × 402 mm | 48 pages
Art Director : Hideki Nakajima

Miki Jo
Readers expecting something literal from Miki Jo's "SEX" will be disappointed: the book is a study of the movement of water.
£30.00

Picture of Lost Photographs of Captain Scott

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Captain Scott perished with four of his fellow explorers on their return from the South Pole in March 1912. Almost immediately the myth was founded, based on Scott's diaries, turning him into an icon of courage in the face of impossible circumstances.

But during the final months of that journey Scott also took a series of breathtaking photographs: panoramas of the continent, superb depictions of mountains and formations of ice and snow, and photographs of the explorers on the polar trail. But these photos have never been seen - initially fought over, neglected, then lost - until now, that is. For the first time, they are resurrected and are a humbling testament to the men whose graves still lie unmarked in the vastness of the Great Alone.

Publisher: Little Brown

192 pages

26.1 x 29 cm

Captain Scott; David M Wilson
Publisher's price £30; our price £10
£30.00
£10.00

Picture of The Sea

Publisher's Description

Philip Plisson, the well-known French marine photographer, has turned his attention to his passion, the oceans of the world. Plisson's remarkable photographs glorify humankind's obsession with conquering the seas. His images capture the ocean's drama and power, and provide glimpses of life in seaside communities. The book also addresses the current environmental dangers that threaten the fragile ecological balance of the planet's waters. A book for photography lovers, undersea adventurers, and those concerned with the future of the earth, this breathtaking volume celebrates, in 400 of Plisson's most evocative images, our never-ending fascination with the world's oceans and seas.

Publisher: Abrams

412 pages

9.6 x 7.7 x 1.4 inches

Philip Plisson
Publisher's price $35; our price £7.95
£7.95

Picture of Conquest of Everest

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The Conquest of Everest features a trove of original photographs - many hitherto unpublished - and other rare materials from the Lowe collection. Stunning landscapes, candid portraits and action shots illustrate the decisive moment of this historic expedition as never before, bringing a unique personal perspective and a fresh sense of immediacy to this renowned event.

  • 27.00 x 22.00 cm
  • 240pp
  • 163 Illustrations, 62 in colour
  • First published 2013
George Lowe & Huw Lewis-Jones

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Publisher's Description

The Conquest of Everest features a trove of original photographs - many hitherto unpublished - and other rare materials from the Lowe collection. Stunning landscapes, candid portraits and action shots illustrate the decisive moment of this historic expedition as never before, bringing a unique personal perspective and a fresh sense of immediacy to this renowned event.

  • 27.00 x 22.00 cm
  • 240pp
  • 163 Illustrations, 62 in colour
  • First published 2013
£22.46

Picture of Sea Fever

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What is it about the way the sea moves, reflects, and glows that mesmerises and transfixes us? People are drawn to the sea, perhaps by the chaotic criss-cross of the waves, or the sense of power and force accompanied by the infinitely variable soundtrack. After all, an ocean wave is energy passing through water. Elemental and always in a state of flux, the sea changes colour depending on the weather or the light.

At heart I’m a coastal photographer drawn to the flow of the sea and the ever changing possibilities of shore, sea and sky. Coastal landscapes may often offer a simple geography of a beach, the sea and a cloudscape and as such there is a challenge to construct new and inventive interpretations.

Sea Fever is my interpretation of those seascapes and of the close affinity between sea and sky.

This A3+ soft back book is the first in the Triplekite Discover Series, featuring projects from today’s leading landscape photographers.

David Baker
At heart I’m a coastal photographer drawn to the flow of the sea and the ever changing possibilities of shore, sea and sky. Coastal landscapes may often offer a simple geography of a beach, the sea and a cloudscape and as such there is a challenge to construct new and inventive interpretations.
£25.00

Picture of Photography and Exploration

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When Ferdinand Magellan set out to circumnavigate the globe in 1519, he wasn’t able to take a digital camera or a smartphone with him. Yet, as the eagerly awaited images from the Mars Rover prove, modern exploration is inconceivable without photography. Since its invention in 1839, photography was integral to exploration and used by explorers, sponsors and publishers alike, and in the early twentieth century, advances in technology – and photography’s newfound cultural currency as a truthful witness to the world – made the camera an indispensable tool. In Photography and Exploration, James R. Ryan uses a variety of examples from polar journeys to space missions to show how exploration photographs have been created, circulated and consumed as objects of both scientific research and art.

Examining a wide range of photographs and expeditions, Ryan considers how nations have often employed images as a means to scientific advancement or territorial conquest. He argues that, because exploration has long been bound up with the construction of national and imperial identity, expeditionary photographs have often been used to promote claims to power – especially by the West. These images also challenge the way audiences perceive the world and their place within it. Richly illustrated, Photography and Exploration shines new light on how photography has shaped the image of explorers, expeditions and the worlds they discovered.

Publisher: Reaktion Books

Size: 220 x 190 mm

192 pages, 100 illustrations, 50 in colour

James R. Ryan
In Photography and Exploration, James R. Ryan uses a variety of examples from polar journeys to space missions to show how exploration photographs have been created, circulated and consumed as objects of both scientific research and art.
£16.16

Picture of Arctic Regions

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A landmark in the annals of American photography and polar adventure, William Bradford's book The Arctic Regions was first published for subscribers in 1873. No more than three hundred copies of the leather-bound elephant folio are known to have been printed.  The book has been a prized possession of major American and European museums, libraries, and collectors ever since.

With an introduction written by the noted polar historian Russell A. Potter, The Arctic Regions is now available for the first time to the trade. As the pace of global climate change quickens and the magnificent Arctic icecap dwindles, its publication could not be more timely or important.

"This volume," artist William Bradford explained, "is the result of an expedition to the Arctic regions, made solely for the purposes of art, in the summer of 1869." Bradford had brought with him the eminent Arctic explorer and author Dr. Isaac Israel Hayes, and he had engaged the 450-ton steamer Panther to sail from St. John's, Newfoundland. On July 3rd they departed, carrying a "party of adventurers whose story is partially illustrated by the photographic views contained in this volume." Bradford became one of the first American painters to pursue the dream of painting the Arctic regions firsthand. He had made several previous voyages, but none this ambitious or far-reaching.  His purpose was always to study nature under its "terrible" aspects, to acquire material for later use in his artwork and after that in lectures illustrated with stereopticon views.  On this voyage Bradford brought along two photographers from Boston, John L. Dunmore and George P. Critcherson. They were the first photographic professionals to document so northerly a voyage. Their images added the crucial aura of "truth" to Bradford's work. While other artists had depicted the northern regions, none had made photography so central a part of the artistic process.
Today, the science-infused and art-driven narrative of The Arctic Regions offers a prophetic prelude to current news of the Earth's climate situation: these regions, first photographed under Bradford's direction, may yet vanish in our lifetime, never to be seen again.

William Bradford (1823-1892) was born and brought up in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Bradford began his professional art career painting ship portraits. In 1861, he obtained financial backing for a journey to sketch and photograph the coast of Labrador. On this and subsequent voyages, he became fascinated with the special qualities of atmospheric light in northern regions. In 1869, Bradford made a notable expedition to the Arctic on the Panther leading to the original publication of The Arctic Regions.   

Sample images from the Arctic Regions

Publisher: David R. Godine

200 pages

Publisher's price: $49.95

William Bradford
A landmark in the annals of American photography and polar adventure, William Bradford's book The Arctic Regions was first published for subscribers in 1873. No more than three hundred copies of the leather-bound elephant folio are known to have been printed
£35.95

Picture of Heart of the Great Alone: Scott, Shackleton, and Antarctic Photography

Publisher's Description

In this treasure trove of photographs and artifacts from the royal collection at Windsor Castle, the stories of Britain's two greatest Antarctic expeditions are told in the up-close, at times heartbreaking images of their official chroniclers, as they were presented to King George V. From Herbert Ponting's striking 1911 image of Robert Falcon Scott's ship Terra Nova glimpsed through the mouth of an ice grotto to Frank Hurley's ghostly 1915 portrait of Ernest Shackleton's ice-coated and doomed ship Endurance, these are some of the most iconic and telling images of polar exploration ever made. Some are larger than 18 x 11 inches here, and all of them are beautifully reproduced in color to retain their original tints. Three essays and extensive commentary are contributed by two royal archivists and explorer David Hempleman-Adams, the first man to reach both geographic and both magnetic poles and climb the highest peaks on all seven continents.

"This book lovingly reproduces the best of [the] photographs, and brings the reader tantalizingly close to the heroes of these expeditions and the suffering and sorrow they endured. The text throughout is excellent; the authors describe Ponting's famous photograph of a ship seen through a sloping ice grotto 'as significant an image as Neil Armstrong standing on the moon for the first time'."—NYTimes

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Size: 10.95 x 9.5"

256 pages

£11.95

Picture of Revolution

Publisher's Description

It is one of the paradoxes of the medium of photography that the viewer constantly shifts back and forth between perception related to the motif of the image and aesthetic observation. Hiroshi Sugimoto, one of the most eminent artists of our time, has reflected upon the different aspects of the medium in a way that almost no one else has, making them visible in his striking series of photographs, in which, as a rule, he generally places a subject at the center. Dioramas are followed by cinemas, seascapes, chambers of horror, architectural photos, portraits, pine trees, conceptual shapes, and other motifs.

This is the first volume to present a group of works that the artist has been working on for a long time. Under the title of Revolution, nighttime seascapes are presented in large format, capturing the course of the moon over a longer period of time. The special way the pictures are exhibited—the images are turned ninety degrees—creates disturbing impressions that, depending on the region of the world and the latitude, exhibit clear distinctions.

Publisher: Hatje Cantz

Size: 23.90 x 33.50 mm

88 pages, 35 illustations in tritone

Hiroshi Sugimoto
This is the first volume to present a group of works that the artist has been working on for a long time. Under the title of Revolution, nighttime seascapes are presented in large format, capturing the course of the moon over a longer period of time.
£40.50

Picture of Sea Change

First printing out of print.  Orders taken for reprint only.  No date confirmed.

Publisher's Description

"... a sense of threat, as well as one of miracle, attends Marten’s images. The people who fill his beaches at low tide seem often still to be there at high tide, invisibly in their fixed positions, fatally swallowed by metres of sea. This, perhaps, is to me the most charismatic aspect of his work: the cognitive dissonance between the serene and the sinister."
Robert Macfarlane

Since 2003 Michael Marten has travelled to different parts of the British coast to photograph identical views at high and low tide, six or eighteen hours apart. His beautiful and surprising photographs reveal how landscapes can be dramatically transformed by natural phenomena such as the tides. From rocky shores to summer beaches and industrial estuaries, the photographs record two moments in time, two states of nature, and show landscape to be a dynamic process rather than a static image. "Sea Change" presents 53 of these diptychs, arranged as a clockwise journey around Britain and divided into four sections: South-West, North-West, North-East, South-East.  The work is introduced in an essay by leading English nature writer Robert Macfarlane (Mountains of the Mind, The Wild Places, The Old Ways). Photographs from the Sea Change series have been exhibited since 2009 in the United States, Italy and Denmark.

See here for On Landscape review and sample spreads.

Publisher: Kehrer

Size: 300 x 245 mm

126 pages , 115 color illustrations.

Michael Marten
Anyone interested in the British coastline should take a look at the work of Michael Marten, whose Sea Change is a superb series of diptychs of various coastal locations at high and low tides.
£27.00

Picture of Sea, The (COMPACT): A Celebration in Photographs
Publisher's Description
An album of 300 classic and contemporary photographs devoted to the sea. This handsome volume highlights the ocean as a source of auspicious inspiration, of commercial potential, and as the hub of conquering expeditions. Uniting 300 historical, documentary, and art photographs, from archival to very recent works, The Sea celebrates the ocean from a number of striking perspectives, including lonely lighthouses, bustling port towns, early explorations of Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, and abstract compositions of waves, water, and light by some of the world’s best-known photographers. With high-quality reproductions and an attractive slipcase, this new compact edition offers a lasting tribute to nature’s most powerful force.

Publisher: Flammarion
Size: 9 1/4 x 8 3/4"


Publisher's Price: £ 19.95
Pierre Borhan
Publisher's Description
An album of 300 classic and contemporary photographs devoted to the sea. This handsome volume highlights the ocean as a source of auspicious inspiration, of commercial potential, and as the hub of conquering expeditions. Uniting 300 historical, documentary, and art photographs, from archival to very recent works, The Sea celebrates the ocean from a number of striking perspectives, including lonely lighthouses, bustling port towns, early explorations of Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, and abstract compositions of waves, water, and light by some of the world’s best-known photographers. With high-quality reproductions and an attractive slipcase, this new compact edition offers a lasting tribute to nature’s most powerful force.

Publisher: Flammarion
Size: 9 1/4 x 8 3/4"


Publisher's Price: £ 19.95
£17.96

Picture of Last Days of the Arctic signed

Signed copies of 2013 edition

Publisher's Description
We are delighted to announce that our new title Last Days of the Arctic by Ragnar Axelsson has now been released, in association with Crymogea, Iceland. It has been chosen as a 'book of the year' by The Times, who describe it as 'remarkable' and 'beautiful' and as 'a gift for the eyes, mind and heart'.

'He has trekked through glacial storms, fallen through rifts and awakened on ice that has drifted out to sea. But Ragnar Axelsson just keeps coming back … His stark photographs capture a place of extremes, bathed in surreal white Arctic light. Cathedral-like icebergs miniaturize man, a hungry sled dog howls and a hunter in a frosted hood meets you with his tired gaze.' - The New York Times

'Pictures that melt the heart ... extraordinary' - The Mail on Sunday

The world turns its gaze toward the Arctic. Nowhere are the signs of climate change more visible; here global warming already affects the day-to-day lives of the local people. Still the circumpolar Arctic is one of the most disputed territories on Earth, with many nations laying claim to the mining and oil rights of the area as the sea ice retreats. For thousands of years the Inuit have built their communities based upon a sensitive understanding of the land and the frozen ocean, but rapid social and environmental change threatens their traditional way of life. The hunters of the North are a dying breed. This is the twilight of their society.

Ragnar ‘RAX’ Axelsson has been travelling to the Arctic for almost three decades, drawn by a deep respect for the hunting communities of northern Greenland and Canada. His images have won him recognition as one of the most accomplished documentary photographers of our time. He has been honoured as Icelandic Photographer of the Year on four occasions. His work has appeared in Stern, The New York Times, Le Figaro, Newsweek, Time magazine and National Geographic. In conjunction with the release of Last Days of the Arctic, Saga Film is completing a documentary for the BBC based on his evocative photographic journey among the people of the North.

Professor Mark Nuttall wrote the foreword for the book. One of the world’s leading Arctic scholars, he has written dozens of books and articles on the Inuit and now works closely with indigenous peoples’ organizations, the Canadian Government and international institutions concerned with rapid change in the modern Arctic.

You can view images from this book on the Polar World website.

Publisher: Polar World
Size: 316 x 296 mm
272 pages

Publisher's Price: £ 38.00
Ragnar Axelsson
Signed copies of 2013 edition
£57.50

Picture of Oceanscapes – One view – Ten years

Publisher's Description
German-born photographer Renate Aller has been photographing the Atlantic Ocean for over a decade from a single point on the fabled Hamptons’ coastline. Her images capture the infinitely shifting colors and textures of the sky and water, and the beauty and grandeur of the ocean, providing a rich document of what has drawn people to this area for generations. The sublime beauty of this view, which Aller directly connects to the great 19th century German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich, is also a metaphor for the landscape of the human emotions. Aller’s viewpoint is static, but the changing weather and light allow for a diverse series of images that open up a vast »visual library« of memories and associations. The book captures the subtle mystery of her larger prints and the original oceanscapes. It includes essays by New York critic Richard B. Woodward and Hamburger Kunsthalle Museum’s head of contemporary art Petra Roettig, as well as a conversation with German art historian Jasmin Seck, who places Aller’s work both in the context of landscape photography and the history of images of the southern shore of Long Island.

Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Size: 325 x 254 mm
84 pages, 42 color illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 30.00
Renate Aller

Publisher's Description
German-born photographer Renate Aller has been photographing the Atlantic Ocean for over a decade from a single point on the fabled Hamptons’ coastline. Her images capture the infinitely shifting colors and textures of the sky and water, and the beauty and grandeur of the ocean, providing a rich document of what has drawn people to this area for generations. The sublime beauty of this view, which Aller directly connects to the great 19th century German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich, is also a metaphor for the landscape of the human emotions. Aller’s viewpoint is static, but the changing weather and light allow for a diverse series of images that open up a vast »visual library« of memories and associations. The book captures the subtle mystery of her larger prints and the original oceanscapes. It includes essays by New York critic Richard B. Woodward and Hamburger Kunsthalle Museum’s head of contemporary art Petra Roettig, as well as a conversation with German art historian Jasmin Seck, who places Aller’s work both in the context of landscape photography and the history of images of the southern shore of Long Island.

Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
Size: 325 x 254 mm
84 pages, 42 color illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 30.00
£27.00

Picture of Fish-Work: The Bering Sea
Publisher's Description
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER, WILL SHIP APPROX. DECEMBER 2010. We are pleased to announce the long-anticipated first monograph by Portland-based artist Corey Arnold. The photographs in “Fish-Work: The Bering Sea” capture moments from Arnold’s grueling retreats as a crew member aboard a fishing boat to the Bering Sea. With scenes of boat life so vivid that some shots can induce fear or seasickness, the artist’s perspective also reveals the tender soulfulness of a fisherman’s extended life at sea. His skillful compositions depict the simultaneous bravery, toil, humor and gumption that “fish-work” demands. Yet the series also illuminates the aesthetic sublimity that can only be experienced, ultimately, by those willing to risk their lives where the sea breaks its back. Having survived several seasons afloat these icy and unforgiving waters, we are lucky that Arnold has taken time to document his artistic impressions of this rare lifestyle and extended us a vicarious glimpse. Corey Arnold’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Norway, Japan and France. Recent publications featuring Arnold’s work include Rolling Stone, Adbusters, Juxtapoz, and Artweek. “Fish-Work: The Bering Sea” is published in conjunction with Charles A. Hartman Fine Art. It is printed in an oversized format in a first edition of 1,000 casebound copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 15 x 12'
80 pages, 47 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
Corey Arnold
Publisher's Description
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER, WILL SHIP APPROX. DECEMBER 2010. We are pleased to announce the long-anticipated first monograph by Portland-based artist Corey Arnold. The photographs in “Fish-Work: The Bering Sea” capture moments from Arnold’s grueling retreats as a crew member aboard a fishing boat to the Bering Sea. With scenes of boat life so vivid that some shots can induce fear or seasickness, the artist’s perspective also reveals the tender soulfulness of a fisherman’s extended life at sea. His skillful compositions depict the simultaneous bravery, toil, humor and gumption that “fish-work” demands. Yet the series also illuminates the aesthetic sublimity that can only be experienced, ultimately, by those willing to risk their lives where the sea breaks its back. Having survived several seasons afloat these icy and unforgiving waters, we are lucky that Arnold has taken time to document his artistic impressions of this rare lifestyle and extended us a vicarious glimpse. Corey Arnold’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Norway, Japan and France. Recent publications featuring Arnold’s work include Rolling Stone, Adbusters, Juxtapoz, and Artweek. “Fish-Work: The Bering Sea” is published in conjunction with Charles A. Hartman Fine Art. It is printed in an oversized format in a first edition of 1,000 casebound copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 15 x 12'
80 pages, 47 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
£36.00

Picture of The Sea - An Anthology of Maritime Photography since 1843
Publisher's Description
Pierre Borhan has created a book that takes the reader on a voyage, a unique journey that highlights the ocean as a source of auspicious inspiration, of commercial potential, and as the hub of many conquering expeditions. The beauty of this work, however, is its ability to correlate the infinite magnitude of the ocean itself alongside the diversity of major photographic masterpieces from photographers of various nationalities and time periods who possess a poetic resonance that dominates beyond all else. The mystery, adventure, and awe-inspiring beauty of the sea are captured in this volume as never before. Uniting three hundred historical photos, documentary photos, and art photos, from archival works to pictures taken in the present day, The Sea invites the reader to explore the staggering appeal of the ocean from a number of striking perspectives, including lonely lighthouses, bustling port towns, early explorations of Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, and abstract compositions of waves, water, and light by some of the world’s best-known photographers. With high-quality reproductions and an attractive box set, this volume offers a lasting tribute to nature’s most powerful force.

Publisher: Flammarion
Size: 277 x 258 mm


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Pierre Borhan
Publisher's Description
Pierre Borhan has created a book that takes the reader on a voyage, a unique journey that highlights the ocean as a source of auspicious inspiration, of commercial potential, and as the hub of many conquering expeditions. The beauty of this work, however, is its ability to correlate the infinite magnitude of the ocean itself alongside the diversity of major photographic masterpieces from photographers of various nationalities and time periods who possess a poetic resonance that dominates beyond all else. The mystery, adventure, and awe-inspiring beauty of the sea are captured in this volume as never before. Uniting three hundred historical photos, documentary photos, and art photos, from archival works to pictures taken in the present day, The Sea invites the reader to explore the staggering appeal of the ocean from a number of striking perspectives, including lonely lighthouses, bustling port towns, early explorations of Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, and abstract compositions of waves, water, and light by some of the world’s best-known photographers. With high-quality reproductions and an attractive box set, this volume offers a lasting tribute to nature’s most powerful force.

Publisher: Flammarion
Size: 277 x 258 mm


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£40.00

Picture of Frozen History
Signed Copies Available

Publisher's Description

At the turn of the twentieth century the geographical South Pole was the object of one of the last great races of discovery. This 'heroic age' of exploration is a chronicle of hardship, courage, endurance and tragedy. It is a record of men who overcame great odds and often their own fears and foibles to reach the South Pole. The British names of Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton are writ large in the legend of this frozen continent.

The 'heroic age' saw a number of British Antarctic expeditions mounted and dozens of men risked their lives to conquer the last great frontier on earth. These parties built substantial wooden huts at locations accessible by ship and from these bases the sledging parties left for the interior.

About one century after their construction, Josef and Katharina Hoflehner present this premiere detailed portrayal of these historic sites. Many of these fine photographs are accompanied by excerpts from diaries gathered from Antarctic historic site authority and author David L. Harrowfield. In his foreword he wrote: “... for the first time a book now captures the true feeling and uniqueness of the huts and their contents.”

Publisher: Josef Hoflehner
Size: 240 x 300cm
288 pages, 182 varnished duotone plates


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Josef Hoflehner
Signed Copies Available

Publisher's Description

At the turn of the twentieth century the geographical South Pole was the object of one of the last great races of discovery. This 'heroic age' of exploration is a chronicle of hardship, courage, endurance and tragedy. It is a record of men who overcame great odds and often their own fears and foibles to reach the South Pole. The British names of Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton are writ large in the legend of this frozen continent.

The 'heroic age' saw a number of British Antarctic expeditions mounted and dozens of men risked their lives to conquer the last great frontier on earth. These parties built substantial wooden huts at locations accessible by ship and from these bases the sledging parties left for the interior.

About one century after their construction, Josef and Katharina Hoflehner present this premiere detailed portrayal of these historic sites. Many of these fine photographs are accompanied by excerpts from diaries gathered from Antarctic historic site authority and author David L. Harrowfield. In his foreword he wrote: “... for the first time a book now captures the true feeling and uniqueness of the huts and their contents.”

Publisher: Josef Hoflehner
Size: 240 x 300cm
288 pages, 182 varnished duotone plates


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Customers who bought books by Josef Hoflehner also showed an interest in books by Michael Kenna.
£80.00

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