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Nestled in the Indian Ocean, Madagascar beckons photographers to explore its diverse landscapes, and discover the dance of unique wildlife, from enchanting lemurs to mesmerizing chameleons. Madagascar is often referred to as the "eighth continent" due to its incredible biodiversity. Many of its plant and animal species are found nowhere else on Earth. The island's isolation for millions of years allowed for the evolution of unique species, including over 100 species of lemurs, which are primates distantly related to humans. In Madagascar, you can witness first-hand the mysteries of evolution.


In this Photo Masters Monograph, professional photographers Ian Plant and Kah-Wai Lin take you on a visual journey of Madagascar and share with you their favorite photos of this magnificent place. We hope this monograph collection inspires you and helps you to approach photography in new ways.

Madagascar: The Great Red Island - A Photo Masters Monograph

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