Über das Buch
The images in this book were shot on 33 trips over a period of 13 years. Altogether I spent more than 80 weeks abroad in these countries.
My whole profit (20€ for every purchased book) will be donated to the WWF to help to protect the wild places of our planet for future generations.
Boris Buschardt, born 1969 in Berlin, started with travel photography at the age of 17 with a two months trip through the USA. His first camera was a Nikon F3 with a 50 mm lens. As a student, he spent nearly three months in the rain forests of Costa Rica taking macro images of insects, frogs, and reptiles. Later he did some experiments with high-speed photography, building his own trigger equipment. Since 1999 he has specialized in landscape and travel photography in and around the wild places of this planet, where he always tries to shoot at the most dramatic light and weather conditions. For the images in his books, he used digital full-frame cameras from Canon, Leica, Nikon, and Sony with lenses from 14 mm to 135 mm. His images have won several photography awards and are published widely in different media including National Geographic.