An open invitation to regain a sense of awe

A new book from photographer Robert Llewellyn and scientist Joan Maloof encourages readers to study the forest, and not just look at it.  The Mother Nature Network has a review of the book by Angela Nelson.  She begins:

“You might think that after 50 years of photographing plants and trees, photographer Robert Llewellyn has seen it all in the great outdoors.  But when he talks about nature and spending time in the forest for his latest book, he does so with a youthful exuberance and a sense of awe.  … That sense of awe carries through in his newest work, “The Living Forest: A Visual Journey into the Heart of the Woods,” for which Llewellyn shot the photos.

The accompanying text was written by Joan Maloof, a scientist and founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network.  The essays and images aim to place the reader in the center of the woods, encouraging them to get immersed in the living ecosystems both large and small all around.”

There are some stunning pictures.

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