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Penguin

Art / Photobook
By: Frans Lanting(Illustrator)
190 pages, 144 col photos
Publisher: Taschen
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  • Penguin ISBN: 9783836530972 Hardback Sep 2011 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
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  • Penguin ISBN: 9783822824153 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #140572
  • Penguin ISBN: 9783822865194 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #99477
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Intimate, personal photographic study, the result of expeditions to the Falklands, S Georgia and Antarctica. Revealed are the natural history and the appeal of the most human of birds in a collection of more than 100 beautiful photographs. Among the penguins studied are rockhoppers, Magellanics, gentoos, king, and emperor penguins. Now available in a small format paperback.

"This book is a personal interpretation of the penguins I met, rather than a natural history of all penguins."
- Frans Lanting

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Art / Photobook
By: Frans Lanting(Illustrator)
190 pages, 144 col photos
Publisher: Taschen
Media reviews

This book is a personal interpretation of the penguins I met, rather than a natural history of all penguins, Frans Lanting writes. "I wanted to create an impression of who these penguins are and what they go through. I hope my work will be seen as an homage to the individual within them all.

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