Reflections of Elephants
Elephants are enormous, unmistakable - and irreplaceable. No other creature has such a long-shared history with humanity while remaining largely undomesticated. But today, despite 4000 years of coexistence, we seem determined to destroy them. It's estimated that a wild elephant is lost to the world every fifteen minutes. Each is an individual that can never be replaced.
Reflections of Elephants is a celebration, seen through the lens of acclaimed photographer Bobby-Jo Clow. From the rusty, red plains of Tsavo to the lush, green forests of Northern Thailand, Bobby-Jo has captured every aspect of elephant life, from first step to untimely death. Her astonishing images have been paired with the words of writers, poets, scientists, conservationists, students and everyday people, to produce unique reflections of this most iconic animal.
"Bobby-Jo Clow is a wonderful photographer whose work I admire her love of elephants and commitment to their cause shines through in her remarkable and often moving images." Rick Stevens, Australian Press Photographer of the Year 1978 and 1988
- 152 pages.
- Excellent book to have on your coffee table with beautiful photography