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Buy iLCP Fellow Chris Linder’s book, Science on Ice: Four Polar Expeditions now! An oceanographer and award-winning photographer, Linder chronicles four polar expeditions in this richly illustrated volume: to a teeming colony of Adélie penguins, through the icy waters of the Bering Sea in spring, beneath the pack ice of the eastern Arctic Ocean, and […]
Buy iLCP Fellow Michael Forsberg’s book On Ancient Wings now! Rising from the sandbars on the Platte River with clarion calls, the sandhill crane (Grus Canadensis) feels the urgency of spring migration. Elegant, noble, and spiritual, the sandhill is one of the most ancient of all birds. More than a half-million strong, flying in squadrons, these […]
iLCP Fellow Tom Blagden Jr. has published “Acadia National Park: A Centennial Celebration.” The official book of Maine’s treasured and New England’s only national park, on the occasion of the park’s centennial. Created in 1916, and encompassing 45,000 acres on two islands and a mainland peninsula on the rugged coast of Maine, Acadia National Park is […]
“Conservation Photography Handbook: How to Save the World One Photo at a Time,” is a call to action, providing the tools photographers need to help preserve threatened species and environments around the world or in their own backyards. Author/photographer iLCP Senior Fellow Boyd Norton has spent over four decades successfully doing just that, and is […]
iLCP Fellow Amy Gulick introduces Salmon in the Trees. Amy writes, “Crouched on a rock near a churning waterfall, I’m entranced by thousands of salmon thronging in a pool. Fin to fin, tail to tail, they sway against the current as one giant mob, like concert groupies in a mosh pit. I forget that they are […]
iLCP Fellow, Wendy Shattil and Cloud Ridge Publishing introduce The Salish Sea: Jewel of the Pacific Northwest, an epic overview of the inland sea ecosystem which includes Washington’s Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands, to the Campbell River in British Columbia. Wendy was Project Manager, Photo Editor and one of 55 contributors for this […]
From majestic glaciers and expansive deserts to elusive wildlife, teeming rain forests, and tribal gatherings, this is an intimate yet stunning selection of his favorite images-all captured on location while traveling for his program Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge, as seen on national public television.
At a time when many species are performing permanent vanishing acts due to habitat loss and human encroachment, this book showcases the beauty and evolutionary extremes of animal behavior and artfully illustrates the tenacious will to stay alive in an eat-or-be-eaten world.
Over the course of his thirty-year career, award-winning photographer ART WOLFE has worked on every continent and in hundreds of locations. His stunning images interpret and record the world’s fastest disappearing wildlife, landscapes, and native cultures and are a lasting inspiration to those who seek to preserve them all. Wolfe’s photographs are recognized throughout the […]
In this large-format book, overflowing with extraordinary photographs, Art remarks on being influenced by Dutch artist M.C. Escher.
Confucius called them the “king of fragrant plants,” and John Ruskin condemned them as “prurient apparitions.” Across the centuries, orchids have captivated us with their elaborate exoticism, their powerful perfumes, and their sublime seductiveness. But the disquieting beauty of orchids is an unplanned marvel of evolution, and the story of orchids is as captivating as […]
Reprinting of the 2004 publication accompanies the use of many of the endangered species photographs in diaphanous banners in the multimedia project, Guardians of the Everglades.
This is the Osa peninsula, and there is no other place in the world like it.
In this fully revised edition of the classic bestseller The Art of Photographing Nature, master photographer Art Wolfe and former Audubon photo editor Martha Hill team up to explain the art of composing images of enduring beauty.
Images are powerful. They communicate so much in a matter of seconds because humans are visual creatures. – Greg Stone, Foreword
Art Wolfe spent three years on an odyssey that took him to 40 different countries to record over 140 different species and their habitats. This book celebrates the incredible diversity of wildlife that still inhabits the Earth at the beginning of this new century.
Consisting of 240 pages in landscape format, Edge of the Earth/Corner of the Sky includes 130 photographs, and five 2,000 word essays showing images of our amazing planet that will thrill and awe.
Detailed descriptions and maps will guide you to the Cape and Islands’ prime photography locations—both iconic landmarks and off-the-beaten-track hotspots.
Photographer and author Dave Showalter celebrates the often overlooked beauty of the Colorado prairie. Dave transports readers to these open, wind-swept lands through photos depicting their incredibly diverse wildlife, seasonal transitions and conservation challenges. Through colorful and informative text he shares his experiences of following the cycles of the prairie over the course of this […]
The Great Plains are a dynamic but often forgotten landscape – overlooked, undervalued, misunderstood, and in desperate need of conservation. This book helps lead the way forward, informing and inspiring readers to recognize the wild spirit and splendor of this irreplaceable part of the planet. A truly remarkable cast – Michael is joined by Ted Kooser, […]
“…what if I told you that the trees are here, in part, because of salmon? That the trees that shelter and feed the fish, that help build the fish, are themselves built by the fish?” ~Carl Safina
“No one can look at the book and not be entranced and emotionally connected. The combination of photography and text is superb and truly conveys the great diversity of life in both reality and spirit.”
– George Schaller, Director for Science, Wildlife Conservation Society
The Edge of Africa brings light to the unseen wonders of Gabon – from its smallest creatures to its broadest landscapes to the people who call it home.
Every day before dawn, they saddle their horses, coil their lariats and whips, and ride out to work the herds. They are Florida Cowboys — living legacies of the longest history of ranching in America and guardians of the landscape that has shaped them.