One of Amazon.com's best sellers this Xmas was Steve Bloom's photographic book UNTAMED. Has anyone seen it? Have you any reaction? Besides the obvious captive animals (dolphins, pandas, tigers) -- an odd choice for a book called UNTAMED - there appear to be many digitally manipulated images and composites. Yet nowhere in his text does Bloom mention this, or that he used trained and captive animals. Art Wolfe was severely criticized for this 10 years ago, but there seems to be an enormous silence this time around. Are we getting immune to the impact of digital imagery on ethics? If so, that is very troubling.