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By: Stanley Breeden(Author), Kaisa Breeden(Illustrator)
112 pages, colour photos
Award-winning nature photographers Stanley and Kaisa Breeden explore Australia's small animal life to reveal the wonder and beauty of looking closely into nature. Their specially developed digital photography techniques make it possible to see intriguing details you may never have suspected were there.
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Stanley Breeden is a freelance nature photographer, the author of Uluru: Looking After Uluru-Kata Tjuta, and the coauthor of Through the Tiger's Eyes.
Kaisa Breeden is a third-generation artist who specializes in digital photography, color management, and fine art printing technologies. They are the coauthors of Rainforest Country and Wildflower Country and the recipients of Anzang's Nature and Landscape Photographers of the Year Award and Anzang's Portfolio Prize."
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