I was scanning the pages of the metro recently when I came across an article advertising David Yarrow’s new book encounter, http://www.davidyarrowphotography.com The use of words were replaced in this article by photos from this moving and spectacular collection making its debut in under a week’s time.

This new collection from this self-taught photographer are so mind blowing and awe inspiring your left staring at the photos with admiration for the creator and at the beauty of the creatures.
I was quite surprised when i looked upon an image of two tigers relaxing in a river gazing towards the camera.
After staring at this photo , i couldn’t shake the feeling of deja vu everytime i looked at the two tigers. After much contemplating it occurs to me why i recognized the photo. The two tigers relaxing in the water reminded me on the white tigers at Singapore Zoo and the time that i spent watching them splash about.
It amazed me how one photo could remind me and with such vividness of my afternoon in Singapore but also how talented and bold Yarrow’s new collection is.


(picture: David Yarrow/PA
Heres a link for more photos avaliable. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2486855/Photographer-comes-face-face-deadly-animals-capture-stunning-images.html


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