Remembering Cheetahs, by Wildlife Photographers United

When I was asked to review Remembering Cheetahs, I jumped at the chance, and I am so glad I did. This review is a little different to my usual reviews, as there are minimal words… the photographs themselves tell a story.

Each photographer brings a unique personality to the cheetahs; their home, their daily routine, the hunt, their cubs, old life, new life. It’s like I was just a touch away from these amazing creatures.

This stunning photography book is full of incredible images leaving you in awe, and what’s more, is that by purchasing this book, you are also donating to charity.

A little bit about the book:

“Remembering Cheetahs will be the fifth book in the highly acclaimed Remembering Wildlife series of charity books and will feature a foreword by Professor Laurie Marker and afterword by TV presenter Gordon Buchanan MBE. The book is full of beautiful images donated by more than 70 of the world’s top wildlife photographers including Greg du Toit, Marsel van Oosten, Frans Lanting, Art Wolfe and Jonathan & Angela Scott, with an aim to raise awareness of the plight facing cheetahs and also to raise funds to protect them.”

This information and more can be found on the Remembering Cheetahs Website.

Some of my favourite photographs from the book:

Image credit Dee Roelofsz Location – Rietvlei Nature Reserve, South Africa

I really loved this photograph because of how calm the cheetah looks among the flowers. What Dee Roelofsz manages to do is create a contrasting view of the cheetah in this beautiful photo.

Photo by Marcus Westberg A cheetah grooms her young cubs

This by far is one of my favourite photographs. I love that the photographer, Marcus Westberg, managed to capture the exact moment the mother cheetah was grooming her cubs. Absolutely stunning.

Image credit Francesco Veronesi Image location: Maasai Mara, Kenya

This photo by Francesco Veronesi looks like its literally coming alive. This fantastic photo really brings into perspective the collation of cheetahs as a family. there are cubs playing, the adult keeping watch, and all in front of the sun. Incredible!

There is also a virtual gallery to tour online! CLICK HERE to access it! The gallery works best in a chrome or safari browser. The gallery is open from TODAY!

This outstanding collection is the fifth book in the Remembering Wildlife series of charity books. Through your purchase, you’re helping save these beautiful animals that deserve place in this world to live and thrive.

If you wish to purchase this magnificent book, please visit the Remembering Cheetahs Website.

A huge thanks to Lisa from the PR team for my review copy in exchange for a review.

Here is a list of all the contributing photographers:

Theo Allofs, Andrew Aveley, Daryl Balfour, Adam Bannister, Donal Boyd, Kate Brooks, Will Burrard-Lucas, Benoît Bussard, Alison Buttigieg, Peter Chadwick, Shem Compion, Keith Connelly, Ben Cranke, Peter Delaney, Michel Denis-Huot, Anja Denker, Tristan Dicks, Billy Dodson, Kevin Dooley, Mark Dumbleton, Ken & Michelle Dyball,  Morkel Erasmus, Suzi Eszterhas, Paul Goldstein, Jan van der Greef, Melissa Groo, Todd Gustafson, Charlie Hamilton James , Hilary Hann, Peter Haygarth, Roger Hooper, Andy Howe, Vicki Jauron, Brendon Jennings, Arnfinn Johansen, Paul Joynson-Hicks, Robert L Keyser III, Clement Kiragu, Frans Lanting, Hannes Lochner, Michael Lorentz, Thomas D Mangelsen, Piper Mackay, Paul McKenzie, Dale Morris, Sue Morris, Elliot Neep, Marsel van Oosten, Xavier Ortega, Richard Peters, Michael Poliza, Isak Pretorius, Graeme Purdy, Margot Raggett, Pierluigi Rizzato, Dee Roelofsz, Andy Rouse, Jonathan & Angela Scott, Andy Skinner, James Suter, Jami Tarris, Greg du Toit, Marlon du Toit, Ann & Steve Toon, Bertus Venter, Hendri Venter, Federico Veronesi, Francesco Veronesi, Thomas Vijayan, Fred Vogt, James Warwick, Tom Way, Marcus Westberg, Art Wolfe, Jeffrey Wu

Happy reading! Lx

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