Life: A Journey Through Time
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Life: A Journey Through Time

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Planet earth, home sweet home In the year 2000, world-renowned wildlife photographer Frans Lanting set out on a personal journey to photograph the evolution of life on earth. He made pilgrimages to true time capsules like a remote lagoon in Western Australia, spent time in research collections photographing forms of microscopic life, and even found ways to create visual pa...more
Hardcover, 303 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Taschen
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Lynda
Library book. Absolutely stunning.
Last Ranger

Focal Point.

This oversized coffee-table book is a photographers dream, even more so if you also happen to be interested in paleontology and natural history. Photographer Frans Lanting set himself on a seven year assignment: trace the story of "Life Through The Ages" with a series of images from all over the world. From Shark Bay, Australia to the Falkland Islands to boreal forest in Norway you get a grand tour of our planet. There is some text in the form of short essays that give you little tid...more
Cindi
Gorgeous, brilliant photography by world renowned photographer Frans Lanting!

It's fun to flip through the book without the constraints of the captions and just soak in the world's beauty. But, really to get the full effect, you have to flip to the last 1/10 of the book and read the explanations (the author also talks about his photography there). This book took me through the different geological events and evolutionary advances by using current world scenes. It was just spectacular. Under my be...more
Alfredo Chizzoni
Il volume di Lanting è veramente imponente, nel peso, nelle dimensioni, ma soprattutto nel contenuto. Un lavoro di ricerca monumentale che ricostruisce le condizioni delle varie fasi di evoluzione della vita sulla Terra con fotografie di soggetti esistenti o scoperti durante scavi sul campo.
Ottimo per luna lettura meditata da fine serata.
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Jul 03, 2007 Rachel marked it as to-read
Stunning photos. (I haven't seen this book, but I have the weekly planner with photos from it.)
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