By Robert Llewellyn,Joan Maloof
From the leaves and branches of the cover to the roots and soil of the understory, the wooded area is a fancy, interconnected surroundings jam-packed with vegetation, birds, mammals, bugs, and fungi. a few of it truly is simply stumbled on, yet many elements stay tough or most unlikely for the human eye to determine. until eventually now.
The residing Forest is a visible trip that immerses you deep into the woods. The wide-ranging images by way of Robert Llewellyn celebrates the small and the massive, the dwelling and the lifeless, and the noticeable and the unseen. You’ll notice close-up pictures of owls, hawks, and turtles; aerial images that convey herons in flight; and time-lapse imagery that finds the gradual switch of leaves. In an excellent mixture of artwork and scholarship, the three hundred awe-inspiring photos are supported through lyrical essays from Joan Maloof detailing the technology at the back of the wonder.