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Book: Nature Spirits and Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina - The Fairy Queen by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä
Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina, The Fairy Queen, is an eBook directed to all people who are living in Bermuda or only visiting this beautiful island in the middle of The Atlantic Ocean, as tourists. It is also useful for everybody who is interested in Bermuda's original nature and ecology. Otherwise this book is an illustrated journey to Bermuda's nature with suggestions how to [...]
 
Book: Bahrain Underwater Portraits (Bahrain Nature Book 1) by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä
This booklet is an introduction to Baharain's shallow water marine life as it exists in our days. This is a photographer's journey to Bahrain's underwater world revealing the most common biotopes and species of flora and fauna with 53 high quality photographs. Ecological considerations are highlighted based on author's personal experiences in Bahrain's marine life during the last 20 years. The [...]
 
Book: Nature's Gory by Harriet Darling
"Nature's Gory" is a novella about a young nature photographer who stumbles over the body of a dying man as she hikes in the woods off a mountain highway near Portland, Oregon. When the sheriff determines it was murder, Darryl Whitman is suspected since it was she who discovered the body. She readily alibis herself and prepares to go on to her next assignment, but is requested not to leave town [...]
 
Book: Bahrain Insect Portraits (Bahrain Nature Book 2) by Jouko Tapio Kärkelä
This book is neither a complete introduction to the entomofauna of Eastern Arabia, nor a complete sourcebook representing Bahrain's Insect world. The aim of this photography book is mainly to show the reader some of the most fascinating insect species still existing on Bahrain island and encourage people to protect and respect Bahrain unique nature. It is also an entomological field study carried [...]
 
Book: Forensic Foraging - Photography to Unlock the Unseen by William C. Crawford
Forensic Foraging is a shooting approach that can add some much-needed, creative options to modern digital photography. This volume suggests basic, minimalist techniques that help to unlock the unseen in our everyday, visual world. The throwback principles showcased here serve as signposts for the digital shooter who is trying to step back a bit from today's techno-driven, computer enhanced [...]
 
Book: Woodvale by May J. Panayi
This book is a beautiful photographic representation of Woodvale (incorporating Extra Mural) cemetery. It takes a visual journey through the seasons, bringing breath-taking images that you will want to gaze on again and again. Gothic stonework combines with nature in all its forms, to bring images of contrast and in some cases harmony. Woodvale is an unexpected pleasure nestled in a thriving [...]
 
Book: Natural Colours - A celebration to unnoticed treasures by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
Black, blue, green, purple, red, white, yellow, you name it. Vibrant, vivid, pale, dark or light, and so forth. Those and many other equally incredible aspects are all characteristics of the fascinating colours that nature provides us with on a daily basis and most of the times many people do not notice them. Therefore, this photo essay is both an awakening and a celebration to those amazing [...]
 
Book: Backyards & Belly Laughs by Nancy J. Tobin
A charming, rare collection of photographic memories from the turn-of-the-century depicting children playing games and having fun. Each historic image is accompanied by a delightful poem written in the cadence of children's games of the era. A book for children and adults alike, these images portray life in the backyard, captured in the split-second of a camera flash one-hundred years ago. Peek [...]
 
Book: Exposure Mastery - Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO. The Key to Creative Digital Photography by Brian Black
2017 Edition. FULL COLOR eBook! (Please note that the paperback version is in black and white to keep the price you pay low!) Taking Your Photography to the Next Level You've Spent Hundreds on A High Quality Camera - Wouldn't You Like to Do More with It than Just Point and Shoot? Whether you want to pursue photography as a hobby or looking at launching a career, you want to be able to explore all [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Humming by Mike Spinak
Fans of David Attenborough will enjoy experiencing the wonders of nature through Mike Spinak's pictures and words. Imagine witnessing hummingbird chicks being raised on the nest from front row seats, with every step shown as it unfolds, accompanied by fundamental explanations of the "whys" behind what you're seeing. In Mike Spinak's Growing Up Humming, you'll see hummingbirds as you've never seen [...]
 
Book: Alchemist's Guide; to Black & White Photo Chemistry - Principles and Procedures for Negatve & Print Development by Grant Michael Handgis
This book is a photographer's guide, a manual for practices and procedures for the craft of black and white photography. The material covers all the aspects of understanding and controlling the negative, from pre-visualization through developing.This book includes a full explanation of the negative, the underlying process of development, procedures for controlling the negative, b&w photo [...]
 
Book: DSLR Photography for Beginners by Brian Black
The Original "DSLR Photography for Beginners". 2017 Edition. FULL COLOR eBook! (Please note that the paperback version is in black and white to keep the price you pay low) Who Else Wants to Take Mind Blowing Pictures? * * Limited Time Bonus Inside! * * If you want to stand out from the crowd and capture all those magic moments for posterity, you have come to the right place. Most guides to [...]
 
Book: Compass Season - Find Your Bearings Through Nature's Inspiration by J. Bragstad
A Nature book to relax to. A nature book before bed. An adult nature books to relieve stress. A book club nature book. Wonderful essays about the northern landscape. Applicable to everyday life. Written by a former counselor and canoe guide who knows how to navigate both the personal and the world of wilderness. "What a spectacular companion to any morning." "Beautifully written. I know I will [...]
 
Book: Made in the Image of God - Understanding the Nature of God and Mankind in a Changing World by Reid A. Ashbaucher
Made in the Image of God is a book that provides key concepts for understanding the nature and personhood of God and mankind, while providing deeper insights into how we as human beings relate to God physically, emotionally and spiritually in a metaphysical way, both now and in the future. Within this study, there are discussions on such topics as The Nature of God, The Nature of Mankind, The [...]
 
Book: Divine Reflections in Times and Seasons by Eva Peck
Divine Reflections in Times and Seasons explores how everyday phenomena mirror spiritual realities. "The world is charged with the grandeur of God" insists English poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. "Earth is crammed with heaven, and every common bush afire with God" echoes his contemporary, Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Other poets, writers, and philosophers have also caught glimpses of and mused about [...]
 
Book: Divine Reflections in Natural Phenomena by Eva Peck
Divine Reflections in Natural Phenomena explores how spiritual realities can be glimpsed in the world of nature. The Psalmist sings: "The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display his craftsmanship. Day after day they continue to speak; night after night they make him known. They speak without a sound or word; there is no speech or language where their voice is not heard. Yet their [...]
 
Book: Wildernest - Four Seasons in Nature Poems by Michelle Prout
Wildernest Four Seasons in Nature - Poems - Michelle Prout's Wildernest is a poetry collection of vivid and heartfelt reflections on life and love in the canyon, the Rocky Mountains and many other extraordinary places; including explorations into the fantasy world of woodland fairies. The book is artfully divided into into four seasonal sections, with original art, reflecting the changes in the [...]
 
Book: The Raptors of Redwood (The Earth-Watchers) by Lester Ferguson
A young artist, photographer, & an avid bird-watcher, befriends nature through extraordinary birds of prey, living in the colossal Redwood trees surrounding his town. The Raptors of Redwood is an intriguing story for young nature lovers to learn elementary facts about: The Bald Eagle, The Golden Eagle, The Snowy Owl, The Eagle Owl, & other raptors. The Raptors of Redwood contains vivid paintings [...]
 
Book: Posie Pixie and the Fireworks Party - Book 4 in the Whimsy Wood Series by Sarah Hill
It's now November in Whimsy Wood and Posie's going to be paid a visit by a certain special someone ... Who could this be? Will Posie be pleased? Find out in the 4th book from this delightful series. --- Reviews: "Adorably British ! I wished this book was in my library when I was a young gal. " Vegbooks.org, Washington, D.C., USA " I want to smell 'Pixie hokey-pokey' and hear shouts of [...]
 
Book: God's Intriguing Questions - 60 New Testament Devotions Revealing Jesus's Nature by Kathy Collard Miller
God and Jesus, who is God, ask many questions in the Bible both Old and New Testaments. Why? His questions reveal who he is and the motives of the person he is addressing. In Book 1 of God's Intriguing Questions, the Millers examined God's questions in the Old Testament. In this Book 2, the Millers unearth rich background information and inspirational insights into sixty of the questions Jesus [...]
 
Book: Crystal Haiku: Nature Poetry That ROCKS! by Brenda DeHaan
Haiku, which started in Japan over 400 years ago, is poetry that's only three lines long. The first line and third lines have 5 syllables while the second line gets 7 syllables. That's it: 3 lines, 17 syllables. The beauty of haiku is its brevity that is still complete enough to convey meaning and emotion. It often has nature themes. Crystal Haiku combines poetry with photographs of 42 different [...]
 
Book: I Stopped Time by Jane Davis
What if the villain of your childhood turned out to be someone really rather extraordinary? 'A perfectly written book in which the author never puts a foot wrong.' Author, John Lynch Edwardian Brighton. A wide-eyed girl enters Mr Parker's photographic studio and receives her first lesson about the brand new medium that will shape her future: "Can you think of a really good memory? Perhaps you can [...]
 
Book: Musings of a Rainy Day Poet by SK Malone
Have you ever wanted to wander through a poets mind? To feel their soul drenched words drip from the page? Evoking thoughts, emotions and inspiration with eloquent prose. Within these covers, throughout these verses I lead you on a journey, not only with words but photos as well. Writing started for me in the fourth grade and knew I wanted to be a published author one day. I wrote for two local [...]
 
Book: The Golden Hour by N.M. Lombardi
Claire Blandy isn't content settling into her golden years, restless and dissatisfied with what a life of sacrifice has amounted to. When her daughter buys her a used android, ostensibly to help around the house, Claire makes the unfortunate discovery that he's living on borrowed time. Unwilling to let him waste the last days of his life doing laundry and washing dishes, she instead takes him on [...]
 
Book: Lime by Melda Beaty
Fashion Week, cover of Vogue, haute couture fashion, international appearances, and product endorsements propel Lime Prince into Supermodel icon and temporarily away from the realities of her past. Her Ethiopian and Jamaican genes, accented with piercing lime green eyes and a runner's physique, are the object of every man's desire and take the New York fashion world by storm. But when the [...]
 
Book: Reluctant Date by Sheila Claydon
In a rut, and with her love life at an all time low, Claire Harris makes a New Year's resolution to join an Internet dating agency. Her challenge is twelve dates or twelve months, whichever comes first, unless she is lucky enough to meet Mister Right along the way. On her final date, and convinced that only frogs are left in the dating pool, she is relieved that it's nearly over...until she meets [...]
 
Book: One Shot by Nikki Ryan
Laci Walker thinks she's successfully put the past behind her until she finds herself face to face with the man who shattered her heart to smithereens four years ago. He had been drafted into the NHL after they had both graduated from college and yet, instead of sharing the accomplishment with her, he'd walked away, leaving her completely devastated. Now here they are, together again, in the [...]
 
Book: The Ruth Valley Missing by Amber West
RONE AWARD FINALIST! Jameson Quinn is sick of trying to find herself in the big city. After a gallery opening ends in a trip to the ER and an argument with her self-involved boyfriend, she decides to take off for the peace and quiet of a small town - Ruth Valley. The small town has everything Brooklyn lacked: simple people, peaceful surroundings, and a feeling of safety. Jameson even finds the [...]
 
Book: A Michigan Photo Presentation Second Edition by John Macdonald
"A Michigan photo Presentation Second Edition" by John Macdonald presents 178 beautiful Michigan photographs , including waterfalls, sunsets, architecture, wildlife, Great Lakes ships, and more. The book is a fast read because it is almost exclusively photographs. Michigan is a wonderful state for photography. The Upper "Peninsula alone has over 500 waterfalls.The waterfalls of the Upper [...]
 
Book: Bogie Sees Paris by Arleen Shabel
A photographic journey of Paris as seen through the eyes of a five-pound Maltese dog. Share Paris with Bogie, a dog who really gets around and has something to say about everything he experiences in the City of Lights. For all those who have thought of sharing Paris with their dog, this is a dream come true. Paris puts out a welcome mat for dogs where other cities may banish them. Bogie began [...]
 
Book: Around Hope Town - Photos from Hope, Alaska by SK Malone
A collection of photographs that I have taken in and around Hope, Alaska. Hope is a little town located on the upper Kenai Peninsula and along the Turnagain Arm. Nestled between the mountains and the water, a place of rare beauty, eccentricities and history which makes up part of its small town charm. Inside these covers you'll find a variety of photos that I have taken; including scenic, stills, [...]
 
Book: The Avocado Tree - An Immigrant's Journey by Roxanne Catherine Mapp
The Avocado Tree: An Immigrant's Journey is about an immigrant who came to America with her two young daughters for a better life. It is a full color book of art, poetry and photography creatively used to inspire people to want to excel despite challenging experiences. The idea for this book came from the deep need to motivate immigrants to be proud of their cultural heritage. To have the courage [...]
 
Book: Lost in Manhattan by Emma Carlyle
One by one members of the Montgomery family have died in tragic accidents. Sarah Montgomery, the last surviving member of the aeronautics dynasty, suffers amnesia and extensive injuries that leave her unrecognizable when she's hit by a cab. Industrialist Trent Caldwell already harbors guilt over the death of his wife and now feels responsible for Sarah's injuries. After her surgery, he brings her [...]
 
Book: Through the Lens of My Eye; Adventures of a Documentary Cameraman by Michael Boland
WARNING: This is NOT a 'How-to-be-a-documentary-cameraman' book. Rather, this is a non-fiction book where I take the reader on different journeys throughout the world as I practiced my craft of 35 years - filming and making documentaries. The stories I chose to tell are filled with the most diverse group of characters in some of the remotest parts of the planet. Most of these assignments were [...]
 
Book: Before The Paparazzi - 50 Years of Extraordinary Photographs by Steven P. Unger
When we chose a few hundred pictures for Before the Paparazzi: Fifty Years of Extraordinary Pictures to represent the life's work of a legendary press photographer, thousands more pictures had to be left, literally, "in the box." Before the Paparazzi contains about 28,000 words of text and over 250 pictures-most of them with an accompanying "story behind the pictures." Almost all of the pictures [...]
 


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