From National Geographic Simply Beautiful Photographs
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|Pantanal, Brazil. The setting sun silhouettes gauchos as they relax at the end of the day. (p. 104, Joel Sartore)||Richnava, Slovakia. Roma children look out the window of their shanty. (p. 185, James L. Stanfield)||Near Wismar, Germany. Women share a laugh while harvesting sugar beets. (p. 225, Gordon Gahan)||Sarand, Hungary. A bee-eater bird takes flight, while another keeps its perch. (p. 341, Joe Petersburger)|
|Asheville, North Carolina. Orange leaves cover a Japanese maple at the Biltmore Estate. (p. 364, Melissa Farlow)||Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. A trumpeter swan glides across Yellowstone River. (p. 370-371, James P. Blair)||Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Tail feathers of a little greenbul bird fan out behind closed wings. (p. 461, Joel Sartore)||Bayan-Olgiy, Mongolian People's Republic. A Kazakh hunter shies slightly as his golden eagle spreads its wings. (p. 440, David Edwards)|
Gorgeous pictures. We have placed it on our living room coffee table.Published 12 days ago by Robert K.
I was disappointed in this book. I expected a nice coffee table book with beautiful pictures. Instead, there is mostly text. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Seaspray Cafe
The book came promptly and was as stated, a little used or read many times and the cover was a little torn. This was stated at the time I bought the book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by annette hutchinson
I am always in awe of beautiful photos from around the world. This book certainly meets all my expectations. Annie Griffiths is one very talented lady to piece this book together. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patricia Webb
I gave this book as a Christmas present to a gifted photographer who said she was inspired and delighted by it.Published 7 months ago by Celestine Arndt
I loved this book which I bought for a gift. I would be hapy to buy another for a gift if Amazon could get their website to work and not dredge up an order from 6 months ago. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Margery H Franklin