Author: Hoshino Michio
Publisher: Cheeramam Media
270 pages | 165 * 214mm | 513g
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About This Book
There is a wild photographer who died in the Kamchatka peninsula in 1996. Hoshino Michio who lived in the nature of Alaska for 20 years, and was attacked by a bear and returned to nature that he loved. Alaska's nature and the people he met, his personal life and photography, his thoughts on life and death, along with pictures of the best.
Ji, who was fascinated by the nature of Alaska at the age of 19, has been here for over 20 years and has carefully recorded nature and people. Aurora, Baekjae, Glacier, Caribbean herd moving in the fields of the north, the Eskimos, who have been threatened by traditional ways of life and have lost their self-esteem.
Above all, Hoshino Michio was a person who appreciates the vast nature and appreciates it. His camera shows the brilliant beauty and dignity of the lives that exist in this world. The writings and photographs that he leaves are more shining because they are the result of work and understanding of nature and humanity..
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