Shark: A Photographer's Story

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Sierra Club Books, 1988 - Sharks. - 200 pages
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This exciting blend of first-person adventure and natural history is the story of a three-year global adventure by a renowned marine photographer and diver who takes a closeup look at all major species of shark. 130 full-color photographs.

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User Review  - Katie Daliy - Goodreads

I liked this book, because it was something that I had not read before and was not use to reading. This book was all about sharks! This book talked about peoples experiences with sharks and different ... Read full review



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Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch was educated at Eton and London University where he originally read zoology but finally completed his degree in philosophy. His interest in marine life originated with snorkelling in the Mediterranean. This soon led to scuba-diving and underwater photography. Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch believes that an underwater photographer works best alone, and he seeks to record marine life and seascapes as naturally as possible.

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