Struggling To Find Christmas Presents?

A Christmas Robin

It’s that time of year again when our minds turn to treating those we love. Sometimes it’s never easy to find presents for those nearest and dearest, so if you are seeking some inspiration why not consider a Taraji Blue photobook?

Taraji Blue offer a range of photobooks for sale via Blurb.com, all of which are available to preview on our website. There’s something to suit everyones’ tastes and preferences:

  • For the birdwatcher, why not consider ‘Take to the Sky’. A pocket sized photobook featuring birds from across the world and at home. It was inspired by the fact that many of our recent bird shots are becoming firm favourites among Taraji Blue fans so we decided to celebrate the best shots in one new book.
  • For anyone with a lust for Africa, why not consider ‘Twiga and Kipepeo’. A photographic journey from 2009 through the Maasai Mara, Kenya. Though the Mara was still relatively green,  many other parts of Kenya continued to be severely affected by drought and the tourism industry was still recovering from the effects of post-election violence in 2008.
  • For fans of conservation – or for anyone with a love of elephants – consider ‘Vulnerable Giants.’  This photobook is a project close to our hearts. It features imagery of wild and orphan elephants taken during our visit to Kenya in September 2009.  After spending a marvellous week in the Maasai Mara watching herds of wild elephants graze, wander and socialise we were lucky enough to visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) orphanage in Nairobi. Here we saw the devastating results of man’s influence on the natural world. Tiny, orphan elephants, separated from their mothers in the most horrendous of circumstances demonstrated that they were capable of love once more.  We were moved to tears by our visit to Nairobi’s David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and wanted to do something to help support the orphan elephants of Kenya. That’s why we decided to chronicle the lives of wild and orphan elephants in Kenya, and are dedicating all profits from the sale of this book to DSWT.
  • For those who yearn for adventures in the polar regions, consider ‘Where Ice Flows’.  A photographic journey through a tiny fragment of the Antarctic continent. This book documents the Antarctica Peninsula, from ice to water and provides stunning imagery from the Drake passage through the South Shetland islands, to Danco and Damoy, to Neko and Curvervilla, Vernadsky and Melchior. Of course, there are also some cute penguin photos too!

Happy shopping!

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