Beloved Invaders

Author: Carneiro, Levindo
Publisher: TrUqUe
Size: 57.43 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : Photography
Pages : 284
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The space shared between humans and insects of the Tijuca Forest, Rio de Janeiro, An eBook of macro-photographs of insects, documenting man's intrusion into areas of insects and vice versa. They are attracted by the light of lamps, food and skin debris, creating ecologically unbalanced environments.
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