A glorious new volume of Sartore’s signature animal portraits, this time highlighting the fascinating shapes, patterns, and expressions of animals both familiar and little known. Joel Sartore, on a mission to photograph all the animal species in human care, now delights us with more photographs, this time selected to represent the amazing diversity of the world’s animals.
The book’s four chapters -- Pattern, Shape, Extra, and Personality -- invite us to revel in these photographs, many cleverly paired into amusing and often surprising comparisons, like the catfish and the mouse with the same stripes down their backs, the tarantula and the poison dart frog both cobalt blue or the tiny lizard and the weighty ox both sporting pointed horns.
- Each photograph gets its own page or two-page spread.
- Scientifically accurate captions highlight distinctive features.
0 Throughout, Sartore recalls telling moments from his photographic adventures.
With all-new image selections, this book expands the best-selling Photo Ark series, sure to be a hit with those who already treasure The Photo Ark, Birds of the Photo Ark, and Photo Ark Vanishing. Animal lovers young and old will get lost in the pages of this book, delighted by the spectacular diversity among these creatures and the wit of the photographer chronicling them.
Beloved for his sense of humour and midwestern work ethic, Joel Sartore is a photographer, author, teacher, conservationist, a regular contributor to National Geographic magazine, and the founder of the Photo Ark, a 25-year documentary project to save species and habitats. He has also contributed to Audubon, Sports Illustrated, the New York Times, Smithsonian, and numerous book projects including four other Photo Ark books. Joel lives with his wife, Kathy, and their three children, Cole, Ellen, and Spencer, in Lincoln, Nebraska.