SEA CHANGE, return to the wild

: Foster (C.) photo., Frylinck (R.) text & Ehrlich (P.) ed.

R 395.00
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273pp., colour illus., paperback, New Edition, Cape Town, (2018) 2020


Photographer and documentary filmmaker Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck spent eight years exploring the kelp forests of southern Africa.

Forewords by Charles Griffiths and Ian McCallum.

"It is a kind of Carlos Casteneda wisdom quest, but instead of wandering through the Sonora Desert and eating peyote we have plunging into freezing sea and encountering a wonderland of psychedelic animals. Documented through extraordinary photography, this is a story of deep healing through resonance between inner and outer. It is a mind-change of a book!" Professor Louis Herman, University of Hawai'i-West O'ahu, and author of Future Primal

Craig Foster co-founded the Sea Change Project with Ross Frylinck. His documentary films include The Great Dance: a hunter's story and Into the Dragon's Lair. He was the subject, photographer and producer of the film My Octopus Teacher, directed by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed.