ia is, without doubt, the greatest rainforest on earth Somepercent of the world s terrestrial species, including rare and often unique animals and plants are found here, while during the rainy season, a staggering one fifth of all fresh water on the planer flows along the mighty river Nick Gordon s photographs give us an unrivalled insight into that wilderness Having lived in ia for than ten years, filming and photographing the wildlife and indigenous peoples of the area, he has amassed a unique and wide ranging collection of images Written in a lively and accessible style, the accompanying text is both informative and entertaining


10 thoughts on “Wild Amazon: A Photogapher's Incredible Journey

  1. Iftekhar Naim Iftekhar Naim says:

    An incredible book with beautiful photographs and mind blowing stories It has extremely rich content and covers so many aspects of theforest and different ecosystems You can feel the author s love forand its people from every page I loved the amazing images of the Matis people The chapters on rainforest birds, spider monkeys, marmosets, and black caimans were pretty amazing Overall it s one of the best photography books I ve read so far.


  2. Sarah Why Sarah Why says:

    Nick Gordon is so passionate about ia which makes his way of describing it so unique in addition to the astonishing rare photos.I enjoyed reading it