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by Anne Berry
Berry spent several years traveling across Europe and America, stopping at small zoos to photograph the primates you see here. The smaller zoos allowed Berry more one-on-one time with her subjects—not an easy thing to do in large zoos where hundreds of sticky toddlers cram against the glass and teachers wrangle their third grade classes from elephants to zebras. Sometimes Berry would wait for days to get the right shot, which meant connecting beyond the glass-as-cage as well as the glass-as-lens. The results were worth the wait. Few photographers have captured (but no, let’s not use that word)—few photographers have communicated the depth and complexity of primate emotions as Berry has. -Collier Brown
Publisher: 21st Editions

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