|Pages/Publication Date:||208 / 2017|
In this 2018 Edward Stanford Photography & Illustrated Travel Book of the Year finalist, Chris Fitch takes us on a journey to wildly diverse floral kingdoms, remote jungles full of exotic birds, lightning inducing lakes, acidic mud baths, and other strange places where humans are absent and nature rules. Visit abandoned places like Chernobyl, being reclaimed by nature; the bizarre tidal surges of the Qiantang River; the bridge to Modo Island, occasionally emerging from the sea; and the strange magnetic pull of Jabuka rock.
"Layered with maps and photography, this ambitious atlas is an intrepid traveler's flashlight to scores of OMG oddities, exotic escapes, bizarre lairs, extreme environments, untouched lands, weird customs and isolated regions."—Forbes