Foreword by Eberhard Brandes, CEO of WWF Germany
280 pp., Hardcover with jacket
118 color photographs
Text in English, German, and French
|Format:||11 2/5 x 14 1/2 in.|
- Insights into the precarious state of Africa’s natural landscapes and traditions
- A must-have for all admirers of Poliza’s work
- A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to the charity organization SOS Children's Village for their relief work in East Africa (www.sos-childrensvillages.org)
Award-winning photographer Michael Poliza’s seventh book for teNeues showcases Kenya. With its diverse landscapes and rich variety of plant and animal species, Kenya is one of the most fascinating and appealing countries in Africa. With spectacular aerial shots, photos of dramatic landscapes, powerful animal studies, and portraits of proud Maasai, this volume captures the spirit of the land and its people.
Michael Poliza and fellow photographers Steve Bloom, Paul Mckenzie, and Federico Veronesi masterfully convey the beauty of Kenya, from Lake Turkana and the Chalbi Desert in the North to the Masai Mara National Reserve and Amboseli National Park in the South.
Driven by concern for the fragile ecosystems and living cultures of our world, the images in this book link emotions with original compositions and technical perfection. Each and every one of these breathtaking photos is a unique piece of art.
Here's a first glimpse of the new book: