By Kyle Fulton
Nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen shares a collection of 115 of his finest panoramic images in The Natural World: Portraits of Earth’s Great Ecosystems.
Spanning six continents, 10 ecosystems and over 20 years work, Mangelsen takes readers on a photographic journey that celebrates the natural world from the wildebeest migration in Africa to the grizzlies of Alaska.
Excerpts from his journals are used to underscore the brilliance of the natural world while highlighting the dramatic changes he has witnessed during that time.
A stunning book that is sure to inspire wanderlust.
An expert in Caribbean antiques and architecture, Michael Connors has been exploring the region for over thirty years and leading art and architecture tours to Havana for the last decade.
In his most recent book, Cuba: 101 Beautiful and Nostalgic Places to Visit, Connors takes readers inside the Cuba he loves sharing first-hand experiences and hidden haunts from architectural treasures to secluded mountain resorts.
Supported with sharp insights, it pays tribute to a fascinating country.
Showcasing homes that capture the tranquillity of coastal living, Voulgaris takes the reader inside celebrity homes from Giorgio Armani’s Antigua escape to Tommy Hilfiger’s Miami Pop art abode.
Revealing an expansive range of decorating styles and tastes from modern beach houses to classic cottages from top designers like Ken Fulk and Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the book celebrates inspirational oceanfront abodes across the world.
Add flava to the tabletop with Nyam Jamaica: A culinary tour by Rosemary Parkinson.
More culinary travel book than traditional cookbook, Trinidadian-born Parkinson adventures parish by parish around her adopted home rooting out local specialities, prized street vendors and celebrated chefs.
Sprinkled with stories and colourful photos, it is a rollicking adventure driven by a love of food and country.
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