Wrecks

A beautiful work of photographic art at an incredibly aggressive price. The publisher is rightly renowned for publishing large format art works of the highest quality. The author is an established international photographer displaying the highest levels of his art – Most Highly Recommended.


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NAME: Wrecks
FILE: R2600
AUTHOR: Stefano Benazzo
PUBLISHER: SKIRA
BINDING: hard back
PAGES:  144
PRICE: £28.00
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: Falklands, South Atlantic, South Georgia, Algarve,
Mauritania, Argentina, Italy, Chile, Portugal, Peru, Namibia, 
Turkey, Finland, France, Irish Sea,

ISBN: 978-88-572-3496-0

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DESCRIPTION: A beautiful work of photographic art at an incredibly 
aggressive price. The publisher is rightly renowned for publishing 
large format art works of the highest quality. The author is an 
established international photographer displaying the highest levels 
of his art – Most Highly Recommended.

SKIRA have once more added a further photographic masterpiece to 
their Photography Series. Once again they have provided text in 
Italian and English, using the best gloss paper stock to produce 
stunning images in full colour and fine detail. The book follows the 
publisher proven format, starting with a number of text sections in 
the two languages, introducing the subjects and the photographer. 
There then follows the main body of the book with one large stunning 
photograph per page. The work concludes with an excellent summary of 
the images in thumbnail, with dual language captions and a bibliography.

It is difficult to do full justice to the work in words. Each picture 
conveys a mass of information and emotion. The subjects have been shot 
in some of the wildest and most remote shores of continents and islands 
around the world. The work is inspirational and will appeal to 
photographers, boating enthusiasts and those interested in the wilder 
margins of the world. It is a book of enormous appeal that should not 
be missed and it is priced at a level that makes it available to the 
widest readership.

There will be those who purchase this book as a 'coffee table' book  - 
and why not? It has all the impressive visual appeal with a high 
colourful impact. Mostly, the reviewer suspects, the main readership 
will be photographers looking for inspiration and guidance to develop 
their skills, and to boat enthusiasts who will relish the variety of boat 
and ship types that have been wrecked to slowly decay far from the 
likelihood of visitors. However, there is much to satisfy other readers. 
Some images are as much of terrain, seascape and wildlife as of wreck. 
All backgrounds display the variety of locations in which the wrecks now 
rest.