The Whisper of a Million Leaves is a photographic book exploring the relationship between trees and their habitat. Pollution and the climate can all present threats to trees however their longevity and ability to change and adapt helps them to survive. In this book are Joshua trees growing in the hot desert of california, avalanche uprooted trees in the Italian Alps, transformed windblown trees along the British coast, and survivors like the oldest 4000 year old Yew tree forest in Europe. This book conveys it's message through beautiful photography and meaningful quotes, poetic and thought provoking it is reaching out to an audience who appreciate photography as art but also with an interest in trees and with environmental concerns.
release: fall 2006