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Publisher: New York: Beaux Arts Editions, 1999. First edition
Description:pp. 132; 140 color photographs by Tui De Roy. Color pictorial...pp. 132; 140 color photographs by Tui De Roy. Color pictorial boards (hardcover), color pictorial dust jacket, oblong folio (12 x 16 inches). This volume presents superb photos of the Galapagos isles all taken by Tui De Roy who lived in the Galapagos for 33 years. Her richly written text reveals the intricacies of animal behavior on land and below the waves. This volume presents spectacular photos of the Galapagos tortoises and much more. No ownership marks. A fine (new) copy in fine dust jacket.
Description:Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Elephant Folio-over 15"-23" tall...Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Elephant Folio-over 15"-23" tall. Copy has slight rubbing, dj has scratch on the back, rubbing. This is a spectacular presentation-oblong Elephant Folio that takes you on a photographic journey to this unique island setting, six hundred miles off the shores of Ecuador. Award winning author Tui De Roy moved to the Galapagos at the age of two, for thirty five years, she explroed the secrets of these islands where searing lava meets the sea. Her richly written text reveals the intricacies of animal behavior on land and below the waves, illustrated with 140 four color images captured by Tui and some of the world's most renowned nature photographers. Fascinating and unusual! 132pp. Desirable!
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" Tall, Long...Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" Tall, Long Oblong. 132 pages, 5 chapters, index. Profusely illustrated copy witj beautiful color photographs, very good commentaries on a photogfraphs with explanation of biological mechanisms of evolution, creatures are involved on Galapagos. Strong very good book, glossy paper; dust jacket is price clipped, with minor lifting on the top and bottom edges of the panels. Covered with protective plastic cover and appears as strong very good copy overall.
Description:Very Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "The Galapagos...Very Good. No Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "The Galapagos Islands, unlike so many of their sisters around the Pacific, were not spawned alomhg the fissues and faults in the mosaic of tectonic plates that form the earth's crust, not do they mark the boundaries between plates....Most of the year, under the influence of the tradewinds, life in Galapagos waters thrive, fed by prolifically rich updwellings, while the land lays dormant under a thin layer pf clouds that shed little rain. When the temperatures rise heavy rains strike, marine productivity dwindles, but the land awakens to a flurry of growth, feeding, and breeding opportunities fof all terrestrial life forms. " This book has 132 pages and is profusely illustrated. The front cover has numerous scratches, minor however, and in NO way effecting the readability of the text.
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