Australasian Nature Photography 09

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Showcases the best photographs of animals, plants and landscapes taken in Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea.

The bioregion of Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea possesses a unique natural heritage stretching back over 50 million years since the break-up of the great southern continent of Gondwanaland. The South Australian Museum focuses on enhancing a general knowledge of this extraordinary legacy by encouraging photography of the region’s nature and wilderness, and promoting an annual competition to find the Nature Photographer of the Year. + Full description

Australasian Nature Photography: ANZANG Ninth Collection presents the finest photographs submitted to the competition. Each photograph is accompanied by technical information as well as anecdotes about how the picture was taken, which will stimulate yet further interest in the flora and fauna and their conservation in the region.

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Details

Paperback | October 2012 | $ 39.95
ISBN: 9780643108264 | 112 pages | 250 x 235 mm
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
Colour photographs ePDF | ISBN: 9780643108271
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
October 2012 | Available from eRetailers ePUB | ISBN: 9780643108288
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Features

  • Exquisite photography
  • Details of each photograph will enhance interest for the photographic market
  • Unique in Australasia
  • High profile exhibitions in state capitals to raise awareness

Contents

Sponsors
Introduction
ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year – 2012
Overall Winner
ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year – 2012
Portfolio Prize
Animal Behaviour
Animal Portrait
Botanical Subject
Underwater Subject
Wilderness Landscape
Threatened Species
Black and White
Interpretive
Our Impact
Junior

Acknowledgements

Authors

The South Australian Museum enjoys an international reputation for the size and representation of its collections, as well as the breadth and quality of its scientific research.