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Water: A Spectacular Celebration of Water's Vital Role in the Life of Our Planet

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Hans Silvester, Marie-France Dupuis-Tate and Bernard Fischesser
220 pages, 250 col photos, col illus
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Water: A Spectacular Celebration of Water's Vital Role in the Life of Our Planet
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  • Water: A Spectacular Celebration of Water's Vital Role in the Life of Our Planet ISBN: 9780500510407 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #120374
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With dramatic colour photographs by Silvester and absorbing text from Dubuis-Tate and Fischesser.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Hans Silvester, Marie-France Dupuis-Tate and Bernard Fischesser
220 pages, 250 col photos, col illus
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
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