A diary of a wildlife photographer in the Finnish taiga, documents the brown bear’s seasons in the Finnish taiga through images and the photographer’s own reporting. The volume is organised as a sort of field journal: day after day, night after night, the photographer describes his encounters with the plantigrade species; the observations, the endless waiting and the reflections gathered during the course of long nights spent in camp, waiting for “the right shot”. A field journal that begins in spring and ends with the onset of winter. The text, brief and written in the first person, alternates with the images.
128 pages, 75 photos, hard cover, dust jacket