By: Ernest Goh (Author)
200 pages, 120 colour photos
From the proud Serama of Malaysia, to the delightfully humorous Silkie, first described by Marco Polo, these portraits convey not only the beauty and diversity of these familiar creatures, but also offer us an insight into the personality of each bird -a quality that Singaporean photographer Ernest Goh has come to value: "The experience made me realize how our perception of animals could be changed by simply getting to know them as individuals." The sheer variety in size, plumage, and colouration of these chickens will surprise and change the way one thinks of this common bird.
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Ernest Goh developed a passion for animals as a young boy in the streams of his grandmother's kampung village in Singapore, a passion that developed into an interest in photographing the human condition and our relationship with and appreciation of nature. Chickens is Goh's second book; he published The Fish Book in 2011.
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