The Pickfords have traveled to the most remote and untouched places on the planet’s seven continents and captured wildlife as never before seen. Both are renowned wildlife photographers determined to preserve and protect these vast expanses of wilderness. After paging through this coffee-table book with more than 200 stunning and breathtaking photographs, you, too, will be on their side!
~ Eight Cousins
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Renowned wildlife photographers Peter and Beverly Pickford tell the epic visual story of the last untouched places on the planet.
Spanning seven continents, Wild Land showcases a unique journey to document and protect the last untouched expanses of wilderness. In more than two hundred awe-inspiring images, renowned wildlife photographers Peter and Beverly Pickford portray the epic visual story of some of the most remote and pristine places on the planet, from Africa’s savannahs to Tibet’s highest peaks, Alaska’s expansive system of rivers and lakes, to the Antarctic Ocean.
This book about wild land and wildlife is also the fascinating tale of the Pickford’s own adventures once they chose to devote their lives to the search for untouched wilderness areas. And most of all, this unique book also expresses the timely and urgent message to protect wilderness areas for future generations and for the future of our planet.
About the Author
Peter Pickford has been photographing Africa’s wildlife for over thirty-five years. He and his wife, Beverly, are among the most celebrated wildlife photographers and authors in the world. They are the authors of numerous books, including African Safari: Into the Game Reserves and Forever Africa: A Journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Morocco.
Beverly Pickford has been photographing Africa’s wildlife for over thirty-five years. She and her husband, Peter, are among the most celebrated wildlife photographers and authors in the world. They are the authors of numerous books, including African Safari: Into the Game Reserves and Forever Africa: A Journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Morocco.
A whopper of a book, beginning with a stunning frontispiece of countless penguins associating in the Antarctic… This book…gives me the most hope. The authors had to travel to the farthest corners of the earth to find the bounty, vitality and ferocity of a natural world still struggling with each day’s merciful rising and setting.