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Spirit of the Wild

Steve Bloom

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Unforgettable images from wildlife photographer Steve Bloom which capture the spirit and majesty of the world's wildlife, often living on the edge of disaster

Overview

Steve Bloom's goal has been to search for the spirit of the world’s wildlife: the tiger’s eyes gleaming brightly in the jungles of India; polar bear cubs seeing the world for the first time; the few mountain gorillas left in Africa. The result is a perpetual dance for the eye which reveals not only the animals but much that is new to us about ourselves. Accompanied by his own commentaries, as passionate as they are informed, and thought-provoking quotes from legendary figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, Gerald Durrell and Emily Dickinson, Spirit of the Wild brings to the fore the common experiences of all living beings. These unforgettable images will astonish and inform anyone who sees them as the full force of man’s environmental destruction of the planet and its creatures is revealed.

Reviews

'Flicking through the pages is a revelation ... Bloom’s images have a unique raw energy and a consistent message'
The Times

'Few wildlife photographers have ever put the case for the wild so directly in front of so many people'
BBC Wildlife Magazine

'Every page has images to inspire wannabe wildlifers'
Amateur Photographer

'Incredible … a testament to the sanctity of nature'
Outdoor Photography

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Further Details

Specifications

Format: Hardback

Size: 25.2 x 29.7 cm

Extent: 128 pp

Publication date: 9 October 2006

ISBN: 9780500513200

About the Author

Steve Bloom is a photographer and writer. Son of South African journalist, novelist, and political activist Harry Bloom, he has written many photography books and essays.