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“POLAR WONDERS: Photographs from the End of the Earth” is a celebration of the beauty and diversity of some of the most remote and fragile ecosystems on our planet.
Photographer Daisy Gilardini fell in love with Antarctica during her first trip there in 1997 and has since spent most of her time photographing the polar regions.
In 13 years of explorations, Daisy has witnessed fast changes occurring in the polar areas due to increasing global warming. Her work shines with empathy as she takes pictures of friends, not just animals.
Her passion for the natural world has resulted in a lifelong commitment to promote conservation measures and inspire others to respect and preserve our planet.


About the Author

Daisy Gilardini
DaisyGila Switzerland
Since 1989 Daisy Gilardini has visited more than 65 countries with camera in hand. After falling in love with Antarctica during her first trip there in 1997, she has spent most of her time photographing the Polar Regions. Daisy’s images have been published internationally by leading magazines and organizations, such as National Geographic, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, Nature’s Best,Outdoor Photography, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, among many others. Her work has received awards at the most prestigious international photo contests such as the “IPA International Photography Award”, “BBC Wildlife photographer of the year”, “Photography Master Award”, “Travel Photography of the Year” and “Nature’s Best”. In April 2010 Daisy had the great honor to be part of the jury of the “BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Her passion for the natural world has grown into a lifelong commitment to disseminate conservation messages and inspire others to respect and preserve our fragile planet.

Comments (45)


astrachn says

Beautiful, profound, evocative images — clearly the result of both patience and a keen eye for design. I've seen professional work that wasn't as good. Don't ever give this up: As the polar regions shift and in some cases disappear, due to climate change, visual portraits like this become even more meaningful.

posted at 02:10pm Apr 12 PST


leodamico says

very worth seeing

posted at 10:34am Feb 11 PST


ggcggc says

very nice pictures!

posted at 02:43am Jan 29 PST


pascalelaroc says

WOW. No other word will do!

posted at 01:30pm Jan 27 PST


flolilo says

I love the lightness of your layout; it comes really well together with the subject, wide zone of one or 2 main colours and geometric shapes..
great cover too!

posted at 11:46am Jan 20 PST


sartech says

Your images are amazing.

posted at 02:56am Jan 17 PST


alandyck says

Wonderful job on your images and a great book. My hat is off to you.

posted at 10:39am Jan 05 PST


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