Wolf Empire: An Intimate Portrait of a Species

Wolf Empire An Intimate Portrait of a Species Extraordinary photos that expose the elusive world of fur and teeth light and shadow and wolf behavior seldom seen by the human eye

  • Title: Wolf Empire: An Intimate Portrait of a Species
  • Author: Scott Ian Barry
  • ISBN: 9781599210537
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Extraordinary photos that expose the elusive world of fur and teeth, light and shadow, and wolf behavior seldom seen by the human eye.

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    One thought on “Wolf Empire: An Intimate Portrait of a Species”

    1. The photography is magnificent, yet my only qualm is with the authors continual description of sulfur/lime green/ gold speckled eyes, yet adamantly leaves the entire book in black and white. As much as I do appreciate such rich contrasts between black white, and all that's inbetween, I believe a few choice pictures flushed with full color would be a magnificent addition.

    2. My son who is 8 years old loves wolves. I found this book on the new book shelf at our local library. The book gives us an up close look at the world of wolves with stunning photography and an in depth look on how wolves live. Just beautiful.

    3. Tremendous Photography.As good as the photographs are, the narration is unmatched. I learned so much from this author's observations. I have a whole new appreciation for wolves.

    4. Since my absolute favorite "domesticated canine" is the Siberian Husky, it follows that I have a huge admiration for wolves. I regret that all of the photographs in this compendium are in black and white as I love seeing these animals with their actual coloration revealed, especially their eyes. The eyes with full coloration make their faces nearly as expressive as human beings. No further narrative summary is necessary if you read the one provided in the summary.

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