This impressive and weighty book focuses on the Sealous region in southeastern Tanzania. The intimate collection of photography contained within is dominated by the diversity of wildlife that lives here.
The Sealous is one of the largest ‘still wild’ areas left on the planet. It is a reserve where no people live and no permanent structures are permitted within it’s borders.
The photographs displayed within the book represent fours years of work and represent over 100,000 photographs taken.
This book should be in the collection of anyone who is interested in Africa, wildlife or photography. It is one thing to see these impressive photographs – it is another to actually experience first hand this prolific wildlife. These photographs do two things; they easily inspire one to start planning their next trip to Africa and they highlight the significant importance of preserving this rare reserve.
Robert J. Ross is an accomplished photographer having worked with the National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler and numerous other magazines.
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