Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award for Design and Artistic Merit: "This book is a work of art from every possible angle - from the exquisite photographs, to the book's design, to its flawless printing and production process. . . . Hall has everything right in this book. There is nothing extraneous, and nothing missing. This is a complete and moving immersion in the breathtaking underwater world of the Pacific Northwest." - National Outdoor Book committee
"David Hall shoots with the inquiring and exacting eye of a scientist yet the soul and vision of an artist, combining the two to produce uniquely beautiful underwater images that educate as much as they inspire." -Christopher Newbert, author of Within a Rainbowed Sea
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In Beneath Cold Seas, author and photographer David Hall takes us into the underwater world of the Pacific Coast from California to Alaska, home to the most diverse and spectacular marine life of any temperate or cold-water ecosystem on the planet. From the tiny, candy-stripe shrimp, giant Pacific octopus, ghost-like hooded nudibranchs, and migrating sockeye salmon to the world's largest sea lions, Hall's stunning photographs and lively text reveal many fascinating species interrelationships and rarely observed animal behaviors. An innovative approach to over/underwater photography places the marine life of the Pacific Northwest in familiar context with hauntingly beautiful images that will surprise even experienced divers and delight the rest of us. An introduction by Sarika Cullis-Suzuki focuses on the conservation issues facing this rich yet vulnerable ecosystem.
David Hall is an award-winning photographer and photojournalist with an international reputation whose work has been published in magazines such as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Natural History, Time, BBC Wildlife, Geo, and Terre Sauvage. He is the co-author of ten children's books in Scholastic's Undersea Encounters series and co-author of the scientific paper describing the famous "psychedelic frogfish," for which he received an award from the International Institute for Species Exploration.
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David Hall is an award-winning photographer and photojournalist with an international reputation whose work has been published in magazines such as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Natural History, Time, BBC Wildlife, Geo, and Terre Sauvage. He is the coauthor of ten children's books in Scholastic's Undersea Encounters series and coauthor of the scientific paper describing the famous “psychedelic frogfish,” for which he received an award from the International Institute for Species Exploration.Review:
"Cayman Islands, pffft. Hall's stunning photographs of life beneath the waters of the Pacific Northwest show that cold waters are every bit as luridly colorful as their more temperate counterparts." -Steve Casmiro, Adventure Journal, February 28, 2014
"To glimpse the spectacular ecosystem that lies beneath the chilly deep of the Pacific Northwest, spend some time with photographer David Hall's book, Beneath Cold Seas." -Camille Mann and Edecio Martinez, The Weather Channel
"One of the most impressive photography books we've seen in a long time . . ." -Ask_Kelly's Blog, OhRanger.com, August 2012
"An exuberant celebration of northwest coast marine life said to be the most diverse and spectacular of any coldwater ecosystem on the planet." -Diver, May 2012
"The level of consistency and standard of imagery is quite exceptional and it captures the wild spirit of this corner of the planet page after page. . . . [I]t is difficult to imagine that there will ever be a better collection of photographs to come out of this area." -Peter Rowlands, Underwater Photography, January 2012
"This book offers a fascinating view of the cold-water ecosystem of the Pacific Northwest and artistically illuminates the intriguing underwater world. Hall's images celebrate and explore the amazing diversity found in this valuable and vulnerable ecosystem . . ." -Jenny Montgomery, Photo Life, January 2012
"He depicts our underwater world in a way that will amaze scuba divers and art lovers alike." -Tracey Sherlock, Vancouver Sun, December 2011
"Hall has consistently managed to capture patterns, textures and colors...as if they were created on an easel. David Hall is an inspirational master who clearly hasn't yet gotten all of the recognition that he deserves." -Peter Symes, X-ray Magazine
"Using state-of-the-art equipment, innovative techniques and electronic strobes, David Hall shows up an underwater world surprising to those who think color and diversity belong to the tropics." -Marilyn Dahl, ShelfAwareness, December 2011
"Dispelling the myth that cold, murky waters equal boring waters, Hall has captured the staggering beauty and variety of marine life found in the Pacific Northwest. Although the animals themselves are truly amazing, it is Hall's creative eye and masterful photographic technique that really sets this book apart." -Jemima Greaves, Outdoor Photography Magazine
"Hall's images-which, at times, appear to be photographs of life on another planet-reflect not just the amazing diversity of sea life in local waters, but also the spectacular carnival of colors hidden just below the surface." -Brangien Davis, Seattle Magazine, December 2011
"You will never look at the slate-gray waters of Puget Sound with the same eyes after perusing these photos." -Mary Ann Gwinn, Seattle Times, December 2011
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Descripción University of Washington Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 029599116X New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW7.0863786
Descripción University of Washington Press, 2011. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P11029599116X