By Andrew Zuckerman
During this assortment, Andrew Zuckerman, cherished photographer of Creature and chook, strikes from fauna to plants, turning his lens onto the main appealing specimens of the plant nation. awesome close-up photos of one hundred fifty flower species, either unique and favourite, are lovingly captured in Zuckerman's daring but delicate signature sort. Showcased opposed to natural white backgrounds, the complexity of colour and constitution in each one specimen is revealed—creating flower graphics of wonderful radiance and element. Zuckerman's award-winning minimalism serves because the ideal foil for those lush traditional wonders. A wealthy visible journey of nature's such a lot cherished beauties, this colossal tome is a undying treasure for flower fans, backyard lovers, images buffs, and creditors of Zuckerman's paintings.
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Swan. Abney, Sir William (1843–1920) Sir William Abney was an English chemist, writer, and educator. He discovered hydroquinone as a developing agent (1880). Invented gelatin chloride printing-out paper (POP) in 1882. Developed infrared-sensitive emulsion to help chart the solar spectrum. Served as president of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain for ﬁve years, the ﬁrst photographic authority to assume that position. Archer, Frederick Scott (1813–1857) Frederick Scott Archer was an English inventor and sculptor.
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