By: Olivier Grunewald and Bernadette Gilbertas
228 pages, colour photos
Image after image, nature is unveiled in all its beauty and glory: from water, fire and foam to ice and stone; from the infinitely vast to the infinitely small; from the snow-capped volcanoes of Kamtchatka, to the icebergs of Greenland; from the icy Artic nights when the aurora borealis dances across the sky to the blazing hot nights of the Australian desert; from the exuberant vegetation of a tropical forest to the harshness of rocky wasteland. Olivier Grunewald's awe-inspiring photographs are accompanied by excerpts from poems, travel journals, comments from scientists, and philosophical thoughts by well-known figures such as Charles Baudelaire, Socrates, Wilfred Thesiger, Jean Malaurie, Robert Hainard, Theodore Monod and Marcel Conche, amongst others.
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