Wilderness is more than an ecological condition for Canon Ambassador Bruno D'Amicis – it's a state of mind. With a strong conservation agenda, the Italian photojournalist has spent the past 20 years documenting endangered creatures in some of the world's last remaining wild areas, from the wolves and bears of Italy's rugged Apennine Mountains to the elusive Saharan fennec fox.
"My photography is a quest to satisfy the curiosity I developed as a child for the natural world," says Bruno. "My photographic sensibility has been shaped by the sensations I've felt in the wildest corners of Italy. Out there, the hand of man vanishes and you're in a pocket of timeless reality."