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Emperor The Perfect Penguin

By: S Flood.
ISBN: 9781851499021.
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"Sue Flood is one of the elite wildlife photographers working today. Just turn over a few pages of this breath-taking book and you will see what I mean." - Michael Palin Emperor: The Perfect Penguin is a celebration of one of the world's most charismatic creatures. In temperatures that can reach -50°C with 150km/h winds, the emperor penguins ability to survive and thrive is nothing short of astounding. Over the past nine years, award-winning photographer Sue Flood has journeyed to remote Antarctic penguin colonies to capture the birds in their native home. Sue Flood's respect for her subjects emanates from every page. From the poignant sight of an egg abandoned on the sea ice, to majestic shots of emperor penguins returning from the sea and heart-warming photos of chicks clustering together for warmth, every shot explores a new angle of life in this remote and ice-crusted world. AUTHOR: Sue Flood spent 11 years with the BBC Natural History Unit, working on series including The Blue Planet and Planet Earth, as well as the Disneynature movie Earth. She left the BBC to concentrate on her photography and was taken on by Getty Images. Emperor is Sue's second book. The project reunites the award-winning team of photographer Sue Flood, Roz Kidman-Cox (BBC Wildlife magazine, BBC Books) and designer Simon Bishop (Time Out, BBC Wildlife magazine). Sue's first book, Cold Places, won an award in the Best Nature Book category from the International Photography Awards, 2011. One of the only women in her field, Sue has won numerous accolades, including Travel Photographer of the Year, International Photographer of the Year, International Garden Photographer of the Year and International Conservation Photography Awards (Best of Festival), and a Royal Photographic Society Silver Medal. Sue has taken approximately 50 trips to the Arctic and Antarctic so far. SELLING POINTS: * This stunning anthology of wildlife photographs captures emperor penguins in their natural habitat in the Antarctic * Incredible pictures reveal both the harshness of the environment and the day-to-day life of the colony * Narrates the penguins' long journey across the sea ice and the immense effort it takes for human photographers to follow them * Foreword by Michael Palin, who accompanied the author on one of her Antarctic expeditions 149 colour images