1 Photographer; 16 Years; 395 Photographs; 3 Maps; 36,000 Words; 356 Pages. A truly stunning and unique book depicting Oman, presented in three sections; “taSauwur, roughly translates ‘to... More > picture’, and is a phrase I use in asking to photograph people. Images covering 1992 along with my diary of events form the first section of the book ‘A Photographers Dream’. I continued to return to Oman over the next sixteen years, and photographs taken on these trips form the basis of the second section of the book ‘Interim’. The last section of the book, ‘Modern Oman’ describes changes that have taken place since 1992”.
For a self-confessed ‘non-writer’, Gerald expresses himself with a confidence akin to a seasoned author. His writing style is frank; in keeping with the book’s professional yet personal design, used to display beautiful, stunning photographs. Published in celebration of Oman’s 40th National Day, this is a chronological photographic account of Gerald’s travels throughout Oman, expressed through anecdotes.< Less
Young and vibrant, Brad loves his life and work in the harsh Australian Outback. Working the land with his faithful dog Changa, he feels he has the world in his palm, until one small mistake brings... More > shocking repercussions for everything Brad loves.
Brad must wrestle with everything he thought he knew about life, love and the unseen forces that rule our lives, to keep what is truly precious. But what price will he have to pay to keep it?< Less