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Through the Eyes of the Condor An Aerial Vision of Latin America

Art / Photobook
By: Robert Bartlett Haas
232 pages, 120 col photos
Through the Eyes of the Condor
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To create this portfolio, Haas covered 14 countries and astonishing 80% of the land mass of Latin America. In magnificent colour, he captures the majesty of the Amazon, the fickleness of rare wildlife in Pantanal, and the incredible topography of untouched lands. The aerial perspective gives a generous view of the land below: While large-scale environmental effects may be seen, man's blemishes are mostly diminished when viewed against the vastness of the land. A full page map highlights countries and specific places photographed. The photographs and commentary are organised thematically: landscapes, humans and their impact, wildlife, abstracts, and ancient sites.

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Art / Photobook
By: Robert Bartlett Haas
232 pages, 120 col photos
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