Wild Land | A Journey into the Earth's Last Wilds
Four years in the making, this is one of the most ambitious travel stories of our time.
In more than 200 striking images, acclaimed wildlife photographers Peter and Beverly Pickford have documented some of our planet's most untouched places: from the heat-beaten country of Namibia's Skeleton Coast to Alaska and the Yukon's abundance of water, in ocean, river and lake; from the subantarctic islands' wind-tossed shores in the south to the Arctic's immense expanses of cracked pancake ice in the north; and the dazzling juxtaposition of desert and water in Australia's Kimberley to the remote, frozen peaks of Tibet and Patagonia. The result is a wildlife book like no other.
Wild Land is an epic and unprecedented portrait of our planet's last wilds, and a timely message highlighting the urgent need for these places to be preserved for the future of the planet - a future on which humankind's very survival depends.
- More than 200 images
- 336 pages
27.69 x 4.06 x 34.8 cm