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Earthsong is a breath-taking collection of aerial photographs by Bernhard Edmaier. A celebration of the extraordinary beauty of the untouched areas of our planet, the book includes majestic pictures of natural phenomena such as volcanoes, glaciers, coral reefs, desert sand dunes and rivers that dominate and define the landscape. Travelling to the uninhabited and remote areas of the earth, Edmaier's photographs give us a unique view of these rarely seen areas of our planet, revealing the vast natural patterns of the earth and providing an understanding of the geological processes at work. There are corners of our planet untouched by human influence, where nature rules. Natural phenomena such as volcaones, glaciers, coral reefs, desert sand dunes and rivers dominate and define the landscape, and the imprint these phenomena leave on the earth's crust can last from just a brief moment to millions of years. Earthsong is a collection of photographs by renowned aerial photographer Bernhard Edmaier, which captures the stunning beauty of these unspoiled areas of our planet. Edmaier's photographs are a fascinating insight into rarely seen areas of our planet. Taken from above vast natural patterns of the earth are revealed to us in their unique beauty. In addition, the photographs we see provide a unique insight into the phenomena shown, providing invaluable insights into the geological processes at work. Earthsong is divided into four chapters reflecting the four major environments that cover the earth's surface - Aqua (water), Arid (desert), Green (forest and grassland) and Barren (tundra). Thus, we see the frozen ice of the arctic together with the warm oceans of the Pacific, coastal deserts, with underwater deserts, glacial deserts and sand deserts, the frozen mountains of the Alps with the barren wasteland of the arctic, and the lush green forests of Europe with desert flowers and floating river algae. And covers parts of the world as distant as the Bahamas, Ethiopa, New Zealand, the Antarctic and Ecuador. The images are accompanied by extended captions giving a brief introduction to the phenomena shown, context and basic name and location information.