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'David Yarrow is one of the virtuosos of black and white wildlife photography.Â
His art has graced galleries from Europe to North America. In this large format, portfolio-sized
book, youâ€ll be treated to some of his finest work. Arranged by the latitude of locale, his
dramatic monochromatic photographs of wild and endangered animals appear to leap from the
page. Some of the most powerful images are tightly framed close-ups in which almost every hair of
the animal can be seen. The emphasis of the book is on wildlife, but he also features people who
live in close proximity with the creatures he photographs, and included among those are stunning
portrayals of the Inuit in northern Canada and the stately Dinka people of the South Sudan. You
wonâ€t be disappointed. This is truly the work of an artist at the height of his powers.
' â€”2017 National Outdoor Book Award Winner'Best art and photography book of 2016.'
â€”Amazon.com'Holiday Gift Pick 2016'â€”Entertainment WeeklyÂ 'His book 'Wild Encounters'
from New Yorkâ€s Rizzoli publishing house was released last month and features work from
seven continents with images of some of earthâ€s most-endangered species
.'â€”Shutterbug Magazine'Certainly, Wild Encounters is more than up-close wildlife photography,
even though that is what stands out. . . . No matter the subject, however, Yarrow has captured
what is wild and free and pulled us in for an unforgettable view.'â€”North American Nature
Photography Associationâ€œThe Best 'Art Meets Science' Books of 2016.Â Scottish
photographer Yarrow creates iconic images that have been shown in international galleries to
great acclaim. With this collection, in large format, readers come face to face with the globe's most
endangered and charismatic creatures. Portraits of favoritesâ€”lions, elephants and polar
bearsâ€”renew again the emotional connection people have to these animals facing uncertain
futures.' â€”Smithsonian Magazine'David Yarrowâ€s Wild Encounters is a triumph of
conservation photography. Yarrow is one of the best fine art photographers working in animal
conservation today. His photographs render a kind of raw literacy to the truth of the vanishing wild.
For his latest book Wild EncountersÂ (Rizzoli; October 2016), he traveled to multiple continents,
from the frozen Arctic to the African desert, to capture the most iconic animals through which we
often define the natural worldâ€”lion, rhinoceros, and elephant, to name a few. His goal with the
book, as with much of his work, was to push beyond the staid one-dimensional portraits that can
be common with wildlife photography. The result is a triumph of both artistic mastery and
emotional affectâ€”a portfolio of compelling, visually arresting pictures that afford us the
opportunity to fully grasp both the magnificence of animals in the wild, and the threats they face in
a modern world.'â€” Sierra Magazine'The haunting image of a female lion staring out from the
cover of Wild Encounte