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Remembering Elephants

Art / Photobook Out of Print
Series: Remembering Wildlife Volume: 1
By: Wildlife Photographers United (WPU)(Author), Virginia McKenna(Foreword By)
144 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Envisage Books
Remembering Elephants
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  • Remembering Elephants ISBN: 9780993019319 Edition: 3 Hardback Sep 2016 Out of Print #245247
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About this book

The aim of the creators of Remembering Elephants was to produce the most beautiful photographic book on elephants ever made. Sixty-five of the world's top wildlife photographers (including eight overall former winners of Wildlife Photographer of the Year) donated images for the project, including Art Wolfe, Frans Lanting, Jonathan & Angela Scott and Michael Poliza. Inside we follow the typical life of an elephant, from birth through to old age.

Remembering Elephants was the brainchild of and produced by wildlife photographer Margot Raggett after she saw a poached elephant in Northern Kenya. Her ambition was to use Remembering Elephants to raise both awareness of elephant poaching and also to raise funds to protect the species.

With a foreword by Born Free actress and charity co-founder Virginia McKenna OBE, all profits from the sale of Remembering Elephants go to projects protecting elephants in Africa and Asia.

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Contributing Photographers:
- Billy Dodson
- Morkel Erasmus
- Shem Compion
- Isak Pretorius
- Federico Veronesi
- Austin Thomas
- Anja Denker
- David Lloyd
- Andy Rouse
- Sarah/Andy Skinner
- Albie Venter
- Will Burrard-Lucas
- Marius Coetzee
- Ross Couper
- Elliot Neep
- Greg du Toit
- Art Wolfe
- Paul Goldstein
- Peter Delaney
- Marsel van Oosten
- Richard Peters
- Mark Dumbleton
- Brendon Jennings
- Michel Denis-Huot
- Theo Allofs
- Marina Cano
- Melissa Groo
- Victoria Stone/Mark Deeble
- Michael Poliza
- Keith Connelly
- Todd Gustafson
- Alwyn Coates
- George Logan
- Daryl Balfour
- Martyn Colbeck
- Johan Marais
- David Cayless
- Frans Lanting
- Jonathan/Angela Scott
- Steve/Ann Toon
- Marlon du Toit
- James Warwick
- Jan van der Greef
- Richard Packwood
- Thomas Mangelsen
- Ben Osborne
- Tony Heald
- Jabruson
- Joel Sartore
- Margot Raggett
- Chris Packham
- Mark Carwardine
- Brent Stirton
- Kyle de Nobrega
- Chris Schmid
- Denise Eriksson
- Kaziras
- Shareen Nash
- Heinrich Neumeyer
- Andrew Aveley
- William Steel
- Friedrich von Hörsten
- Giorgio Bighi
- R.J. Walter

Art / Photobook Out of Print
Series: Remembering Wildlife Volume: 1
By: Wildlife Photographers United (WPU)(Author), Virginia McKenna(Foreword By)
144 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Envisage Books
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