but I could work on another bird week with your suggestions…
Masahisa Fukase, Ravens (suggested 5 times)
The most wanted one, but I may get The solitude of ravens instead…
Naoya Hatakeyama, A Bird/Blast (suggested 4 times)
Yoshihiko Ueda, Biosophia of Birds (suggested once)
Harvey Benge, Birds (which we already have, in fact) (suggested once)
Jochen Lempert (suggested once)
Jean-Luc Mylayne, another book published by Twin Palms (suggested 3 times)
Lukas Felzmann, Swarm (suggested 2 times) • ordered !
Andy Sewell, The heath (suggested once)
Graciela Iturbide, Pajaros (suggested 3 times)
Richard Barnes, Animal logic (suggested once)
Roni Horn, Bird (suggested once) • ordered !
Bernard Plossu, Hirondelles andalouses (suggested 2 times)
Aya Muto, From Siberia with love, that’s right, how did I forget this one in the first list ???? (suggested once)
Marianne Mueller, The Flock (suggested once)
Hans-Peter Feldmann, Das Kleine Mövenbuch (suggested once)
Thank you for your emails !
Love this one : bird + snow + japanese photography + romance = love
Flying and looking for…
Hey… who’s this ? ? ?
Ok, I know it’s not a 100% bird photobook either, but it’s “bird-eye” viewes of cities, so I consider this as part of the bird week.
Colonia Miramar I, Estado de México 2006
Tecamachalco I, Ciudad de México 2006
Vista aérea de la Ciudad de México V, 2006
Libramiento Santa Fe-Carretera Querétaro III, 2004
Colonia Miramar V, Estado de México, 2006
Tijuana II, México 2008
Hung Kom II, Hong Kong 2007
Diamond Hill II, Hong Kong 2007
Xochicalco V, Morelos 2009
Monte Albán I, Oaxaca 2008
Costera Miguel Alemán IV, Acapulco 2009
Costera Miguel Alemán VIII, Acapulco 2009
Bahía de Acapulco I, Acapulco 2009
We have a few photobooks of birds, so we’ve decided to do a bird week.
Of course we’ve already had bird books in the past…
and I’m sure there was a few other ones.
If you want to suggest us a bird photobook, let us know ! ( lvecten(at)gmail )
Enjoy your bird week !!!
update 1 : that’s right, we can add Stephen Gill, A book of birds. Merci Bas and Sébastien
update 2 : Nicolai Howalt & Trine Søndergaard, Dying birds. Pointed by Shane
update 3 : Zhao Renhui, Why look at birds ? Remembered by myself
can we include drawing books ? Edwyn Collins, Some British birds