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A book by Sergio Pitamitz. Introduction by Giovanni Gastel, preface by Steve Winter. Language: English, French, Italian. Sergio is a traveler. A traveler in the world and in the soul. He travels through the world so that he can relate to us the dream of a natural world that is uncorrupted, and in some way pure and simple. The world as it was at the beginning of time. In his magnificent photographs he depicts our planet as it was and as it still is (but perhaps as it will no longer be in the future). An equilibrium of extraordinary beauty and of wild and splendid strength. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Award-winning photographer and journalist Sergio Pitamitz has French and Italian double citizenship. He is a National Geographic Creative contract photographer. He covers nature, conservation and travel stories. On assignments he has traveled in more than 80 countries in all the seven continents, from Americas to Australia, from Arctic to Antarctica, from Africa to Asia and Middle East. He is a contributor of the Italian edition of National Geographic Magazine and his images and stories has appeared in hundreds of publications including BBC Wildlife, Terre Sauvage, Oasis, Africa Geographic, Geo, The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, Figaro Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, National Geographic website, as well as other National Geographic publications. He has received recognitions in many international photography contests such as Nature's Best, National Wildlife, Oasis and Audubon. He won the NPPA - National Press Photography Association "Best of Photojournalism 2016 - Environmental Category".
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Sergio viaggia attraverso il mondo per raccontarci il sogno di una natura incontaminata e, in qualche modo, pura ed essenziale. Il mondo com'era all'origine del tempo. E così disegna nelle sue fotografie quello che il nostro pianeta è stato ed è ancora, ma potrebbe non essere più. Un equilibrio di bellezza straordinaria e di splendida e selvaggia forza.
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