czwartek, 26 grudnia 2013

"Around the World in 125 Years" by National Geographic archive

Photo by Brian Skerry/National Geographic
With more than 11 million images in the National Geographic archives, there is one image that resonates with Maura Mulvihill, senior vice president and director of the National Geographic Society’s image collection. While diving off the Auckland Islands in 2007, the photographer Brian Skerry and his assistant had a chance encounter with the nearly extinct Southern Right whale.
The allure of the image is in its simplicity: two subjects, one whale, one man, floating in a vastness of blue while inquisitively staring at each other face to face.

This image, along with a collection of more than 900 images from the National Geographic archive, have been published in a new book, "Around the World in 125 Years."

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