Wild Islands: The Nature of the Falklands
From dramatic cliffs crammed with albatross nests, to remote sandy beaches that greet a returning penguin to their shores, the nature of the Falklands is that of diverse and truly wild islands. Renowned professional wildlife photographer Mark Sisson fell in love with them and their inestimable wildlife when first visiting almost a decade ago and has explored them ever since, looking to capture those special visual moments that portray their soul. These images and the accompanying stories behind them will take you on and maybe even prepare you for your own journey of discovery here, in a body of work that will also support the key endeavours of ensuring their future through Falklands Conservation.
“Mark’s collection has shown precisely what the Falklands has to offer but also what it has to lose: the stories he tells through painstaking hours of photography is far better than all the words we can write about the place.”
Esther Bertram: CEO Falklands Conservation