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“Eagle of Toledo” and “The Cannibal,” “The Angel of the Mountains” and “Leatherhead.” A sporting event where the heroes earn nicknames like these must be incredibly powerful and alluring. The names reflect the nearly mythical aura surrounding the Tou...
Many have tried to convey the true spirit of Africa’s animals in words, photography, or in music. There may be no challenge greater; Africa’s fauna are vast in number and rich in diversity....
Michael Poliza’s wildlife and landscape photography has fascinated us for years, and his photo books of Africa and the polar regions have already captivated tens of thousands of readers....
ART ARKTIS explores the fragility and variety of a majestic, untouched world through a collection of fine-art photography. Dietmar Baum and Tini Papamichalis embarked on a three-week expedition...
When you hear the word “desert,” what do you think of? If you imagine more than just endless sand, heat, and emptiness, Jürgen Wettke’s The Namib Desert is the perfect photo book for you. With an excellent eye for unusual structures and colors, Wettk...
A comprehensive survey of Arctic landscapes and wildlife
For every one human on earth, there are two million insects, co-existing with us in daily life, largely unseen and unappreciated.
An opulent photo book that perfectly illustrates the excitement of the hunt...
With their breathtaking range of flora and fauna, rain forests are veritable treasures in the world of wildlife.
Selecting his most evocative and thought-provoking imagery, this BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, top Instagram photography influencer, and speaker, takes you deep into a world he loves. Bathed in polar light, Nicklen’s photography breaks new ground
In his landmark project Before They Pass Away Jimmy Nelson captures the lives and traditions of the last surviving tribes who have managed to preserve their traditional ways and customs within our increasingly globalized world.
A vast expanse of a country, more than double the size of Germany, with a population density of just three people per square kilometers, and an incredible diversity of fauna—even in the most extreme environments.