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Birds in the Holy Land A Photographic Journey Through Israel

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Thomas Krumenacker(Author)
180 pages, colour photos
Birds in the Holy Land
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  • Birds in the Holy Land ISBN: 9783980969567 Hardback Nov 2016 Out of Print #252333
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Language: English

More than a coffee-table book, in this book photographer Thomas Krumenacker demonstrates a profound knowledge of Israel’s geology, geography and biodiversity, acquired through more than 30 extended photographic expeditions to this tiny Middle Eastern country.

The book reflects the dramatic changes in the landscape as it takes the reader on a journey through Israel from north to south, with special detail provided as the author dwells on key regions. These are the Hula Valley, Golan Heights, the Bet-Shean Valley, Judean and Negev Deserts and the Arava Valley, including Eilat. Specific chapters focus on single bird species, migratory and breeding birds, in which the consistently excellent standard of photography captures both birds and habitat, while drawing the reader into the mood and ambience of the environment.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Thomas Krumenacker(Author)
180 pages, colour photos
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