Nature photographer Tim Fitzharris shows us where -- and when -- to photograph the most spectacular natural phenomena in North America, Mexico and Africa.
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Tim Fitzharris is the author and photographer of 25 books on the wilderness and wildlife. His titles include the award-winning Sierra Club Guide to 35mm Landscape Photography, Forest, Nature Photography, and Wild Bird Photography. He is also the photographer of Firefly's postcard book series: Owls, Rocky Mountains, Wildflowers, Forests and Wolves. Fitzharris' photographs have appeared on the cover of many magazines including Life, Audubon and Nature's Best. He lives near Santa Fe, New Mexico.From Library Journal:
Illustrated with stunning color photographs of wildlife and landscapes, this work takes readers on an international journey to some of the best locales for nature photography, notably in North America but also in Central America and Africa. The book is divided into five chapters on marine wildlife, landscapes, big game, birds, and "small treasures," including flowers, tiny creatures such as hummingbirds, and other subjects suitable for close-up photography. Familiar locations appear, e.g., Yellowstone National Park, as do less well known vacation spots such as Brooks Camp, Alaska. The author provides excellent information, including a brief description of the site, access and accommodations, shooting strategies, and other attractions in the area. A solid, practical book for all libraries, especially public libraries with extensive travel and photography collections.?Raymond Bial, Parkland Coll. Lib., Champaign, Ill.
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Book Description Firefly Books, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111552090922
Book Description Firefly Books. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 1552090922 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.1577383