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Wild Life At Home: How to study and photograph it

Wild Life At Home: How to study and photograph it

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by Richard Kearton

Travel back in time and read about the study of photography in the wild during 1899. As stated in the preface, numerous letters from naturalists and photographers throughout the country were seeking information and assistance on all sorts of subjects connected with the art of portraying wild creatures in their native haunts. This book, written by Richard Kearton, explores the study of photography in the wild.

This book is in good(+) condition. It is bound in green cloth, with a gilt title on the front panel and spine and a gilt image of a photographer perched on a cliff. The spine is sunned, and the board edges are slightly bumped. The author's inscription is on the front free endpaper. The frontispiece has ghosting, and there is scattered foxing to the endpapers. There is cracking in the middle of the book, but the binding is secure.

Book Condition: Good(+)
Dust Jacket: No Jacket
Publisher: Cassell
Publication Date: 1899
Binding: Hardcover
Inscription: To T.L. Moore Esq. With the very kind regards of the author, R. Kearton.
Edition: First Edition, Second Impression
Pages: pp: xv, 188
Size: 7½" - 8", Small 8vo

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