"White Nature" was published in 2006, showcasing images shot in inclement weather, and rough places in mist and snow.
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With "White Nature", Vincent Munier takes us on a tour in a silent, frozen world.
The photographer is deeply fascinated by snowy landscapes. For him, white is not just a colour, but the sum of all existing colours. White is not just a cover, but a whole world in itself, where you can find small signs of life in the most unexpected places. From the Far East to the Wild West, via the craggy peaks of the European Vosges mountains, we encounter swans, cranes, eagles, chamois, foxes, and many other animals in the hush of their stunning, snowbound habitats.
Shadows, shapes, contours, and the occasional flash of colours are the only things that reveal the creatures huddled into the snow and braced against the wind, quite in their element.
Text in English.
|Number of pages||160|
|Publisher||Natural Wonders Press|