The Annenberg Foundation and the California Science Center proudly present the North American premiere of the critically acclaimed photography exhibition Amazônia. Read more →
Aired On: Dec 5, 2013
David Doubilet journies through his most recent and favorite National Geographic assignments, exploring the delicate and dangerous eden of Botswana’s Okavango Delta, sharing the greatest marine biodiversity on this planet in the coral triangle regions of remote Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and visiting the end of the world to go below the Antarctic ice.
David Doubilet is a contributing photographer and author for National Geographic magazine, where he has photographed 65 stories. Since his first assignment in 1971, he has become one of the most published photographers in the history of the magazine. He is a contributing editor and author of several books, as well as the…
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