Planet Okavango

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PLANET OKAVANGO   

SIZE: 410mm x 310mm, hard cover

PAGES: 220 

ISBN: 9780620764193 

Hannes Lochner 

Planet Okavango is a soaring work of photographic mastery, and will delight new and established fans of Hannes Lochner's work alike. The Limited Edition volume gives you a unique numbered edition of the book, beautifully presented in a specially designed box.

 

Key Features  

Exceptional photography 

Printed with high quality Chroma Sentric and Sepiana printing processes 

Exceptionally large at 380mm x 290mm and 220 pages

Printed on 200gsm matt art paper

French fold, matt laminated dust cover with foil and UV varnish

 

Author Biography 

Hannes Lochner is an internationally awarded photographer who has been photographing wildlife professionally since 2007.

Hannes has produced four magnificent photographic books, three of which were dedicated entirely to the Kalahari. To achieve this, he lived in the Kalahari for five years, where he spent hundreds of hours capturing inspiring images of this captivating landscape and its enigmatic inhabitants. He now brings his dedicated approach and creative talents to Botswana's Okavango Delta inPlanet Okavango, living there for two and a half years and committing his every waking moment to his photography. 

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    03/25/2019

    Worthy of praise

    I bought the book for my husband as a birthday gift. He was thrilled. We sat together and paged through the book and read the background comments and totally enjoyed all the wonderful, mood-filled photographs and the candid comments made you feel like you were right there experiencing what the photographer behind the lense was seeing. It made us feel like we could have been right there! Great book and comes highly recommended from us both!!

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    Shirley-Ann O.
    07/05/2018

    A true work of art and a labour of love

    It’s only through the work of masters such as Hannes Lochner that one truly appreciates the art that is photography. This book is stunning; every image worthy of a gallery wall. A veritable labour of love for the Okavango, its inhabitants, and the medium. A book of gravitas, which is great value for money at its size and beauty.

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