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Picture of Variation
Publisher's Description
Whether landscape, macro or Wildlife - nature has many facets; it is inexhaustible, becomes never boring, constantly changes The possibilities are nearly as numerous of setting it photographically in the picture - completely equivalent whether digital or similar. The highights from the last twelve months nature photo are presented in our yearbook for 2008.

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
128 pages, approx. 135 illustrations

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Publisher's Description
Whether landscape, macro or Wildlife - nature has many facets; it is inexhaustible, becomes never boring, constantly changes The possibilities are nearly as numerous of setting it photographically in the picture - completely equivalent whether digital or similar. The highights from the last twelve months nature photo are presented in our yearbook for 2008.

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
128 pages, approx. 135 illustrations

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£23.50

Picture of Equus
Publisher's Description
“From the outset I felt quite strongly that I wanted to celebrate the horse in its own right.”

—Tim Flach, photographer No animal has captured the human imagination quite like the horse, depicted in media from cave drawings thousands of years ago through countless renderings in paint, clay, ink, even film. Award-winning photographer Tim Flach’s quest to document the horse has resulted in Equus, an intensely moving look at an animal—as solitary subject and en masse, from the air and from underwater—whose history is so powerfully linked to our own.

From exquisite Arabians in the Royal Yards of the United Arab Emirates to purebred Icelandic horses in their glacial habitat; from the soulful gaze of a single horse’s lash-lined eye to the thundering majesty of thousands of Mustangs racing across the plains of Utah, Equus provides an amazing and unique insight into the physical dynamics and spirit of the horse.

Publisher: Abrams
Size: 279 x 356 mm
300 pages, 200 full-colour illustrations

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Tim Flach
Publisher's Description
“From the outset I felt quite strongly that I wanted to celebrate the horse in its own right.”

—Tim Flach, photographer No animal has captured the human imagination quite like the horse, depicted in media from cave drawings thousands of years ago through countless renderings in paint, clay, ink, even film. Award-winning photographer Tim Flach’s quest to document the horse has resulted in Equus, an intensely moving look at an animal—as solitary subject and en masse, from the air and from underwater—whose history is so powerfully linked to our own.

From exquisite Arabians in the Royal Yards of the United Arab Emirates to purebred Icelandic horses in their glacial habitat; from the soulful gaze of a single horse’s lash-lined eye to the thundering majesty of thousands of Mustangs racing across the plains of Utah, Equus provides an amazing and unique insight into the physical dynamics and spirit of the horse.

Publisher: Abrams
Size: 279 x 356 mm
300 pages, 200 full-colour illustrations

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£35.00

Picture of Faszination
Tecklenborg's nature photography yearbook 2007

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
128 pages, 140 illustrations

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Tecklenborg's nature photography yearbook 2007

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
128 pages, 140 illustrations

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£20.00

Picture of Tooth and Claw
Publisher's Description
Shortlisted for the Scottish Nature Photography Awards

- Against a backdrop of stunning imagery, Tooth & Claw reveals how we really feel about Britain's predators and, intriguingly, why.

- Visually arresting images by two of the UK's foremost nature photographers

- A ground-breaking photo-documentary project

Predators in Britain mean different things to different people. For some, they are a spectacle of the natural world and key to the ecological integrity of our countryside. For others, they are nothing more than an inconvenience, a financial drain on rural businesses. Love them or loathe them, few of us remain indifferent - from those who live and work in the countryside to those who escape there from the noise and pollution of our cities. So how do we really feel about Britain's predators and how are those feelings influenced by culture, myth and economics? These are the questions that are explored by the authors; they have spoken with those who influence predator management - farmers, landowners, conservationists, researchers, field sports enthusiasts, tourism operators - in fact anyone with an interest in the countryside. Tooth & Claw is a ground-breaking photo-documentary project providing a meeting place between anecdotal evidence and scientific fact, thus nurturing a better understanding of natural predator-prey mechanisms and encouraging empathy with different points of view. Three years in the making, Tooth & Claw features insightful interviews against a backdrop of stunning imagery - as thought-provoking as it is beautiful. Discussions over fox hunting, bird of prey poisoning and even the return of wolves are brought to life. We learn how entrenched opinion has turned some predators into political symbols, pawns in battles between different socio-economic or special interest groups. Such divisive debate often ignores biological fact and the animal itself becomes lost in the political mêlée. Managing predators in Britain today is really about managing people's perceptions - what they believe, what they value and how they interact with nature. Tooth & Claw ultimately asks questions of ourselves: it exposes our fears, our prejudices, our inconsistencies. We are reminded of our place in nature - as the most powerful predator of all.

Publisher: Whittles Publishing
Size: 320 x 235 mm
240 pages, 150 full colour photographs

Publisher's Price: £ 25.00
Peter Cairns and Mark Hamblin
Publisher's Description
Shortlisted for the Scottish Nature Photography Awards

- Against a backdrop of stunning imagery, Tooth & Claw reveals how we really feel about Britain's predators and, intriguingly, why.

- Visually arresting images by two of the UK's foremost nature photographers

- A ground-breaking photo-documentary project

Predators in Britain mean different things to different people. For some, they are a spectacle of the natural world and key to the ecological integrity of our countryside. For others, they are nothing more than an inconvenience, a financial drain on rural businesses. Love them or loathe them, few of us remain indifferent - from those who live and work in the countryside to those who escape there from the noise and pollution of our cities. So how do we really feel about Britain's predators and how are those feelings influenced by culture, myth and economics? These are the questions that are explored by the authors; they have spoken with those who influence predator management - farmers, landowners, conservationists, researchers, field sports enthusiasts, tourism operators - in fact anyone with an interest in the countryside. Tooth & Claw is a ground-breaking photo-documentary project providing a meeting place between anecdotal evidence and scientific fact, thus nurturing a better understanding of natural predator-prey mechanisms and encouraging empathy with different points of view. Three years in the making, Tooth & Claw features insightful interviews against a backdrop of stunning imagery - as thought-provoking as it is beautiful. Discussions over fox hunting, bird of prey poisoning and even the return of wolves are brought to life. We learn how entrenched opinion has turned some predators into political symbols, pawns in battles between different socio-economic or special interest groups. Such divisive debate often ignores biological fact and the animal itself becomes lost in the political mêlée. Managing predators in Britain today is really about managing people's perceptions - what they believe, what they value and how they interact with nature. Tooth & Claw ultimately asks questions of ourselves: it exposes our fears, our prejudices, our inconsistencies. We are reminded of our place in nature - as the most powerful predator of all.

Publisher: Whittles Publishing
Size: 320 x 235 mm
240 pages, 150 full colour photographs

Publisher's Price: £ 25.00
£22.50

Picture of Impulse
Tecklenborg's annual collection of the finest nature photography for 2007, following 'Impression', 'Kreationen' etc.

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
120 pages, 140 illustrations

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Tecklenborg's annual collection of the finest nature photography for 2007, following 'Impression', 'Kreationen' etc.

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
120 pages, 140 illustrations

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£19.95

Picture of Impression
A collection of the finest nature photography from 2005.

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
120 pages, 138 illustrations

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A collection of the finest nature photography from 2005.

Publisher: Tecklenborg
Size: 265 x 240 mm
120 pages, 138 illustrations

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£20.00

Picture of Kreationen


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£16.50

Picture of I Have Seen SIGNED

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

Lahall push the boundaries of traditional nature photography to breaking point – a superb book

Publisher's Description
”I have seen” is a photo book as well as a collection of poems. The Photographer Jan-Peter Lahall and the poet Arne Johnsson have each one in their own way approached the questions of life, love and death. During many years Jan-Peter Lahall has put away photos to a project like this – photos that are wildlife pictures, but taken outside the regular road for a wildlife photographer. Arne Johnsson has entered into this world of pictures like a traveler in a landscape: observing, reflecting and composing. Like the photographer the poet has also seen both the surroundings and himself. Johan Ekberg is responsible for designing and has brought out the beauty, the sensitivity and the importance in both image and text.
”I have seen” is awarded - Nature Photo book of the year 2003 of International Federation of Wildlife Photography (IFWP).



Publisher: J-P Lahall,
Size: 290mm
196 pages, 109 colour illustrations

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Jan-Peter Lahall
Lahall push the boundaries of traditional nature photography to breaking point – a superb book
£40.00

Picture of Enchanted Land - Pictures from Sweden
Publsiher's Description
During twenty-five years Jan-Peter Lahall has followed the changes of nature in Sweden with his camera. This work is summarized in the book 'Enchanted land, pictures from nature in Sweden'. Here you meet our dramatic and beautiful nature in a cavalcade of pictures from coast to mountains with all its shimmering beauty and peculiar northern light.
Hans Odöö, the connoisseur of Carl von Linné and nature writer, has been inspired by the pictures and went on a journey among memories of meetings with the Swedish nature. 'Enchanted land' was awarded 'Panda book of the year 1999' by World Wide Fund for Nature WWF. The foreword in the book is written by His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf.

Publisher: J-P Lahall
Size: 305 x 245mm
224 pages

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Jan-Peter Lahall
Publsiher's Description
During twenty-five years Jan-Peter Lahall has followed the changes of nature in Sweden with his camera. This work is summarized in the book 'Enchanted land, pictures from nature in Sweden'. Here you meet our dramatic and beautiful nature in a cavalcade of pictures from coast to mountains with all its shimmering beauty and peculiar northern light.
Hans Odöö, the connoisseur of Carl von Linné and nature writer, has been inspired by the pictures and went on a journey among memories of meetings with the Swedish nature. 'Enchanted land' was awarded 'Panda book of the year 1999' by World Wide Fund for Nature WWF. The foreword in the book is written by His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf.

Publisher: J-P Lahall
Size: 305 x 245mm
224 pages

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£21.95

Picture of Speglingar

Signed Copies Available

Jan Tove's first monograph, published with Swedish text only, featuring his colour nature photography of subjects throughout Scandinavia.

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Jan Tove
Signed Copies Available Jan Tove's first monograph, published with Swedish text only, featuring his colour nature photography of subjects throughout Scandinavia. Usually dispatched within 2 working days
£30.00

Picture of Einsichten
Naturfoto’s 2003 collection of the finest nature photography. Also available: Kontraste (2002 £20); Momente (2001 £20); Augenblick (2000 £20)

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Naturfoto’s 2003 collection of the finest nature photography. Also available: Kontraste (2002 £20); Momente (2001 £20); Augenblick (2000 £20)

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£16.50

Picture of Momente


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£16.50

Picture of Augenblick


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Usually dispatched within 14 working days
£20.00

Picture of Wild Land - A Photographic Journey Through the Cairngorms
Publisher's Description
The diverse habitats in the Cairngorms, Britain’s largest National Park, are home to an unrivalled variety of wildlife, including the Golden Eagle, Osprey, Pine Marten, Red Deer, Red Fox and Mountain Hare. The mountain zone of the Cairngorms is the highest and most massive range of arctic mountain landscape anywhere in the British Isles and the forests contain remnants of the original ‘Great Wood of Caledon’. Over several years, wildlife and landscape photographers Peter Cairns and Mark Hamblin have captured the spirit of this special part of the world in a series of evocative images. Although led by stunning wildlife scenes and images of forest, mountain and moorland, Wild Land not only describes the history and management of each species, but also takes a look back at the animals of Scotland’s past and glances into the future of Scottish wildlife, making a plea for the importance of nurturing our precious land.

Publisher: Mercat Press
Size: 305 x 232mm
144pages, 120 colour photographs


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Mark Hamblin & Peter Cairns
Publisher's Description
The diverse habitats in the Cairngorms, Britain’s largest National Park, are home to an unrivalled variety of wildlife, including the Golden Eagle, Osprey, Pine Marten, Red Deer, Red Fox and Mountain Hare. The mountain zone of the Cairngorms is the highest and most massive range of arctic mountain landscape anywhere in the British Isles and the forests contain remnants of the original ‘Great Wood of Caledon’. Over several years, wildlife and landscape photographers Peter Cairns and Mark Hamblin have captured the spirit of this special part of the world in a series of evocative images. Although led by stunning wildlife scenes and images of forest, mountain and moorland, Wild Land not only describes the history and management of each species, but also takes a look back at the animals of Scotland’s past and glances into the future of Scottish wildlife, making a plea for the importance of nurturing our precious land.

Publisher: Mercat Press
Size: 305 x 232mm
144pages, 120 colour photographs


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£25.00

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