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Cold Places

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As new hardback.

This is both a book of some of award-winning photographer Sue Flood's favourite images and a record of some of the most spectacular places and memorable animals of the polar regions. Sue fell in love with the Canadian Arctic on her first BBC filming trip there in 1998 and has since enjoyed more than 30 trips to the polar regions working on documentaries and feature films, guiding private individuals and on expedition ships voyaging to the North Pole and south to the Antarctic Peninsula, Ross and Weddell Seas and sub-Antarctic islands. She has had some great adventures in the polar regions, including camping on the floe edge with Inuit hunters in the Canadian high-Arctic, watching polar bears hunting, diving with leopard seals in the Antarctic, working on Russian icebreakers and sailing across the Drake Passage on a very small yacht. Sue is passionate about what she does, and she hopes that this comes across in her images so that people will be inspired to want to protect the wildlife and ecosystems she has been fortunate enough to photograph. Designed by the award-winning designer Simon Bishop.

Item details

Author(s):
Flood, Sue
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
30.6 x 24.2 x 2.2 cm
Edition:
2011
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956788602
ISBN-13:
9780956788603
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
New Sue Publishers
Title:
Cold Places

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About this item

As new hardback.

This is both a book of some of award-winning photographer Sue Flood's favourite images and a record of some of the most spectacular places and memorable animals of the polar regions. Sue fell in love with the Canadian Arctic on her first BBC filming trip there in 1998 and has since enjoyed more than 30 trips to the polar regions working on documentaries and feature films, guiding private individuals and on expedition ships voyaging to the North Pole and south to the Antarctic Peninsula, Ross and Weddell Seas and sub-Antarctic islands. She has had some great adventures in the polar regions, including camping on the floe edge with Inuit hunters in the Canadian high-Arctic, watching polar bears hunting, diving with leopard seals in the Antarctic, working on Russian icebreakers and sailing across the Drake Passage on a very small yacht. Sue is passionate about what she does, and she hopes that this comes across in her images so that people will be inspired to want to protect the wildlife and ecosystems she has been fortunate enough to photograph. Designed by the award-winning designer Simon Bishop.

Author(s):
Flood, Sue
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
30.6 x 24.2 x 2.2 cm
Edition:
2011
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956788602
ISBN-13:
9780956788603
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
New Sue Publishers
Title:
Cold Places

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