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LETTER FROM ALASKA

Alaska is the most geographically spoilt state in the most geographically spoilt country in the world. I am viscerally drawn to the austere grandeur of the landscape and it most definitely has a place on the podium of my favourite working destinations...

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THE GIRL ON THE HILL

LETTER FROM KENYA

When I am asked to name my favourite location for filming the natural world of Sub-Saharan Africa, I struggle to give an immediate answer....

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THE BEAST

LETTER FROM YELLOWSTONE

It is a debate that will never be won, but those who contend that America is the most visually spoilt country in the world have a fairly compelling opening argument. The romantic enormity of the South West, the wilds of Alaska, “The Lost World” swamps of Louisiana and the architectural splendour of Manhattan and Chicago - the list is endless.

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DAVID YARROW PHOTOGRAPHY NEWSLETTER. EDITION 1. JANUARY 2017

My first assignment in 2017 took me to Japan’s north island Hokkaido – a remote and visually stunning land that houses just 4% of Japan’s 127 million population. Sophia Coppola brought the cultural difficulties for western travellers in Japan into our homes with her Oscar winning “Lost in Translation” and this was shot in the...

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