A stunning photography book of the Alps at different times of day, seasons, and amid climate change
Format: 25 x 28,7 cm, 288 Seiten
Spectacular mountain photography showing the beauty, as well as the fragility, of the highest mountains in Central Europe
With informative and inspiring texts by mountain experts and well-known aficionados
Extreme weather conditions, transitioning seasons, daytime and nighttime, erosion and deposition, melting and freezing, and avalanches: the Alps are a site of constant change, as much as a place of retreat, tranquility, and history. A site of yearning through the generations, the highest mountain ranges in Central Europe are forever shifting and creating breathtaking new landscapes, shapes, and colors.
Photographer Lorenz Andreas Fischer has traveled to the Alps for years, from the highest peaks in the west to the last eastern foothills. This photo book brings together
his impressions, showing us the startling beauty of the Alpine mountains. As climate change increasingly disrupts the region's natural cycles and ecosystem, Fischer's photographs remind us just how important it is to protect this unique and beautiful landscape.
Lorenz Andreas Fischer is a freelance photographer with a focus on nature, wildlife, landscape, and the outdoors. Fischer's many awards include Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Best European Nature Photographer. He is a Nikon ambassador and a SBF photographer.