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Rainforest Country

by Stanley Breeden & Kaisa Breeden

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About the Book

Few places in Australia are of such pivotal ecological importance as the tropical rainforests of northeast Queensland. Stunning in their diversity and vigour, they tell the story of flowering plant evolution. Rainforest Country captures not only the moods and cycles of this unique area, but its very essence.

In Rainforest Country Kaisa and Stanley Breeden bring their photographic innovation and vision to Queensland’s tropical rainforest — with striking results.

‘This gorgeous coffee-table book … is a joyous and intimate homage, as much about the Breedens’ abiding respect for nature as a showcase for their obvious technical talents.’ The Weekend Australian

‘The smells and sounds are brought to life by the combination of the Breedens’ written and pictorial work. A
beautiful read.’ Vacations+Travel

‘The standard is exceptionally high, making this a ‘must’ reference book for the budding nature photographer.’ Better Digital Photography

‘When Stan and Kaisa Breeden’s Rainforest Country crossed my desk, my immediate reaction was that I wanted to buy five copies of it.’ Weekend Post Cairns

‘… will open your eyes to the beauty of the small plant and animal life of the rainforests of Far North Queensland.’ Good Reading

‘The area’s flora and fauna is beautifully described and photographed.’ Blues Country Magazine

‘The stunning photographs are complemented by Stan and Kaisa’s writings, a combination of personal, geological and social history.’ Subiaco Post

House & Garden, Art & Photography
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Fremantle Press
Large Format Photographic
240 with double page fold out
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