About the Book
"Dressed in feathers" is a collection of some of my favorite wildlife images (with an emphasis on wild birds) taken in the last 7 years within the Grecian landscape. Most of the images were taken on Lemnos and Lesvos Islands in the North Aegean sea.
In more detail, there are over 160 impressive photos with over 80 bird species represented and 7 other animals such as the fox, squirrel, fallow deer and others. Apart from the common and scientific Latin name I have included some extra info about each species plus technical specs of each shot such as focal length and exposure settings.
All of the photographs in this collection are of birds flying, feeding, singing, scratching, or doing something else interesting - these are not plain static portraits. Each and every image has something to say and all are composed with great care.
This book does not try to replace a bird guide, it's just a collection of images with some extra info to give the book some extra value. Hope you enjoy the images as much as I enjoyed creating them :) Feel free to leave a comment, thanks!
PS1: The preview of this standard landscape (25x20cm) 142 page book is only 23 pages.
Features & Details
- Category Education
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Softcover: 9781366489470
- Hardcover, ImageWrap: 9781366489463
- Publish Date Jun 17, 2009
- Language English
- Tags άγρια φύση, awarded images, βραβευμένες φωτογραφίες, wild birds, άγρια πουλιά, john caz, lemnos, limnos, Λήμνος, lesvos, Λέσβος, photography, φωτογραφία, πουλιά, birds, wildlife, λεύκωμα, portfolio, αρπακτικά, raptor, birding, πουλακηδες, Greece, Ελλάδα, eagle, αετός, duck, πάπια, passerine, feathers, πούπουλα, avian, πτηνά, καζολης, cazolis, kazolis
I first grabbed a camera in '88 and shortly afterwards found myself working as a news photographer for the Blacktown City Guardian in the western suburbs of Sydney, Australia. After a lot of front pages and other successes for both the Guardian and other publications I decided to leave the fast pace of Australia for the more peaceful lifestyle of my beloved Greece where I have been residing since 1998.