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Elephant

By Steve Bloom

12-7/16 x 9-1/2 in; 224 pp;
full-color photographs throughout
Hardcover
October 2006
ISBN 9780811857277
ISBN10 0811857271

SKU# 9780811857277

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Best-selling photographer Steve Bloom follows up his wildly successful book Untamed with a tribute to the largest land mammals on earth. Twelve years in the making, this joyous celebration features elephants from the wildest reaches of Botswana to...
Elephant


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Elephant

Best-selling photographer Steve Bloom follows up his wildly successful book Untamed with a tribute to the largest land mammals on earth. Twelve years in the making, this joyous celebration features elephants from the wildest reaches of Botswana to the teeming cities of India. With aerial shots of the herds in motion, dramatic interactions between angry males, and tender moments between mothers and their calves, this collection features an intimate look at these animals who, though seemingly as distinct from humans as a creature could be, share surprisingly similar characteristics: They have family structures like our own, they show loyalty and allegiance to those closest to them, they grieve as well as express joy, andas these photographs showthey have strongly individual personalities. Outdoor Photography magazine called Steve Blooms photos, "the best case yet for the defense of the earth." See for yourself why these creaturesonce found in nearly fifty countries and now on the endangered species listare, according to Bloom himself, "the true kings of the jungle."

 

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12-7/16 x 9-1/2 in; 224 pp;
full-color photographs throughout
Hardcover
October 2006
ISBN 9780811857277
ISBN10 0811857271

Steve Bloom was born in South Africa and presently lives in England. Since 1999 his three book projects have all had first print runs of over 100,000 copies and have been published in 15 languages.