The Last Great Wild Places: Rewilding Through Photographs

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY  |  By Marc Bekoff – A new book by world renowned photographer Thomas Mangelsen called The Last Great Wild Places is a most welcomed volume of awe-inspiring photographs. It also is a vivid reminder of just how influential we have been in destroying wild landscapes globally.  Sure, one might argue that there really are no wild places left and that Earth is just a sliding scale of “unwildness,” but surely some areas are “more wild” than others. And we should cherish them with all our hearts.…

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“This is one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever seen. It makes us all realize how little “wild” really remains on our magnificent planet. Thanks to Tom Mangelsen, photographer extraordinaire, for publishing this collection. A perfect present for any occasion and a perfect aid for rewilding ourselves.” – Marc Bekoff, author of Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence