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Review: National Geographic Spectacle: Rare and Astonishing Photographs by National Geographic

About the Book

Hardcover: 400 pages

Publisher: National Geographic (October 23, 2018)

An exquisite photo collection showcasing awe-inducing moments from around the world, including the aurora borealis, cities made of neon lights, a great wildebeest migration, a contortionist on display–and more.

In life, there are certain sights that are as beautiful as they are unforgettable–from a majestic supercell to the secrets of a deep blue ice cave to the world’s largest library. These fascinating spectacles shock us in their diversity, their complexity, and their epic scale, bringing us the miraculous beauty of our planet. Featuring more than 200 color images, including acclaimed photography from the National Geographic Image Collection, this volume presents a dazzling array of natural and manmade wonders, unusual phenomena, and amusing curiosities. Each page will enlighten and inspire, presenting our world at its best.

Review

There are no words to describe the gorgeous images showcased in this book. Spectacle by National Geographic, captured in four chapters, really embody the essence of diverse, unforgettable moments taken around the world. Rare and beautiful, we are taken through the photographic lens of some of the most breath taking images. Some of the images feature captions to talk about it and the others speak for themselves. Predominantly photos, sprinkled with brief commentary, these images plunge your curiosity and open your imagination to endless awe inspiring moments. The intuitive insight to capture some of these moments were really inspiring. These were some spectacular moments captured and I really give praise to the photographers and their vision. I'm really glad that I got the opportunity to check out this book. If you love National Geographic, than you will love this inspiring journey of beauty this will keep you flipping through.

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