by Kyriakos Kaziras & Paul Goldstein
foreword by Mark Carwardine
Many scientific observations show that new ecosystems are developing in the world based on the evolution of the lifestyle of humans and their interaction with nature. Within this, the big predators represent a world that is often fascinating, sometimes frightening,, always charming but nevertheless fragile.
Two renowned photographers, Kyriakos Kaziras and Paul Goldstein, present in this book many years of their work through their photographs of some of the biggest predators on the planet. From the lions of Africa to the polar bears of Alaska including the tigers of Bengal and the jaguars of South America, you will find in this book all the beauty of these majestic yet cruel animals.
Through these 220 high-quality photographs, an expression of their personal vision of this wild nature, you will be able to share the emotion and the excitement as if you were in direct contact with these creatures. Magical moments when the beauty of nature and these predators, often photographed as closely as possible, comes together through the eye of the photographer to create a moment of eternity.