Earthflight: breathtaking photographs from a bird's-eye view of the world.
London: BBC Books, 2011.
Octavo, dustwrapper, oblong format, 240 pp. colour photographs, maps.
With cutting-edge technology offering a never-before-seen experience of the flight of birds, this breathtaking collection allows you to take to the skies. With a wealth of images accompanying the major 6-part BBC series, this book quite literally provides a bird's-eye view of some of the most stunning phenomena that nature has to offer. From tussling with Great White Sharks to evading tornadoes in the Grand Canyon, the book follows the migratory routes of a host of birds across the globe. With over 170 striking photographs of amazing natural beauty taken from an entirely new perspective, we have a front-row seat to thrilling action and epic landscapes at 9,000 feet over earth and sea. Beautifully packaged and with detailed insights taking you even further into a newly accessible world, this definitive guide offers a unique and awe-inspiring glimpse of natural flight.