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Falkland Islands

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: P Hugentobler, L Bani and A Butz
90 pages, Col photos
Falkland Islands
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  • Falkland Islands ISBN: 9783908151364 Edition: 2 Spiralbound Dec 2003 Out of Print #141430
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In December 2001, photographers Paul Hugentobler, Lars Böni and Andreas Butz travelled from Switzerland to the Falkland Islands, drawn by love of photography and fascination for remote animal kingdoms. They spent 3 months there: from camping in Kay McCallum's garden in Stanley, the trio went on to visit Kidney Island, Saunders Island, Cape Bougainville and Volunteer Point. The result of their combined experience is over 100 spectacular images.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: P Hugentobler, L Bani and A Butz
90 pages, Col photos
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