In this stunning new series, the astonishing live action photographs of Johan J Botha reveal the fascinating environs of the wildlife of Africa. With each volume, a new facet of daily life in these beautiful, yet savage lands is revealed. Botha’s photographs encompass what Africa is all about. His dedication to depicting the amazing details of even the most common creature is remarkable. But the incredible shots he captures of predator and prey in the poignant struggle for survival are nothing short of breathtaking. This series illustrates the one truth that faces each animal he portrays, no matter how large or small. Life is never far from death on this fascinating continent.
Johan J. Botha has been photographing South African Wildlife since 1993 and has been widely recognized for his amazing action shots taken in some of the most remote environments of sub-Saharan Africa. He has won honors for his images of African animal behavior in the UK and US, and his photos have been on exhibit at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, and have graced the pages of many international publications, including Africa Geographic.Now, for the first time, he is compiling the best of his astonishing images in this beautiful series, Nature As It Happens - African Wildlife.
With this first volume, he takes you on a flight of fancy into the world of African birds. The images captured by Botha will amaze you as he stops time and lets you examine life and death in the African wilderness in incredible detail. With the turn of every page, Botha invites you to witness a world of wonder as seen through the lens of his camera. Discover the awkward grace, the majestic grandeur, and the simple beauty of feathered creatures in their natural habitat in this timeless treasury of nature photography.
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