Through the Lens: "National Geographic"'s Greatest Photographs

Through the Lens: "National Geographic"'s Greatest Photographs

Hardback "National Geographic" Collectors Series

By (author) National Geographic

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  • Publisher: National Geographic Society
  • Format: Hardback | 504 pages
  • Dimensions: 156mm x 168mm x 38mm | 862g
  • Publication date: 23 September 2009
  • Publication City/Country: Hanover, PA
  • ISBN 10: 1426205260
  • ISBN 13: 9781426205262
  • Illustrations note: 260 colour photographs
  • Sales rank: 2,633

Product description

This is a smaller, gift version of National Geographic's landmark publication, "Through the Lens". "Through the Lens" is a cornucopia of National Geographic's best photographs created since 1890 when the Society first started commissioning photographers to go out into the world and bring images back to its readership. Many of the 250 photographs have been previously published in the magazine but a great number of them are images that did not make the final edit but have great merit on their own. Readers can take a virtual tour around the world to see rice sellers in the Mekong Delta, teenagers in Brazil, duck hunters in Nebraska, and stingrays in the Cayman Islands, to name a few examples. You also move seamlessly back and forth in time, from the days when travellers climbed mountain trails by mule to color-filled lofty airplane rides above the Galapagos Islands with a greater appreciation for technological advancements and the chance to suspend time either way.

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"These memorable pictures elevate ordinary moments and bring unimaginable adventures down to earth."--"The Christian Science Monitor" "[A] monumental collection of 250 photos...[this] book should make a considerable impression."--"Publishers Weekly"