Australian panorama pioneer, Ken Duncan, has stitched together a new book of stunning Aussie vistas titled, Reflections – Australia Wide. And Inside Imaging has a signed copy to give away! Read on…
Reflections – Australia Wide features a selection of new wide-format panoramic images, along with a collection of classics.
Ken has managed to squeeze in a frame from each corner of Australia, and everywhere in between. From the Burra ‘Midnight Oil’ Homestead, to Cradle Mountain, the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef, Esperance, the Great Ocean Road, the Kimberleys, and Ormiston Gorge and Ellery Creek in the Red Centre. These are just a few locations that appear in Reflections – Australia Wide.
Each photo is accompanied with a relevant, inspiring quote.
The book is published with a top edge spine, allowing the wide-format landscapes to flow seamlessly across pages without a crease running through the middle.
‘There has never been a more critical time for us to slow down and reflect on what we are doing and where we’re heading,’ Ken said about the book. ‘We cannot change the past, but the decisions we make now will determine our future. Change begins with you and me. If we can change our lives, we can change our world.
‘I also believe nature is very important to us,’ he added. ‘It calls to us in the midst of our busyness and it can help us slow down. I believe if we respond to that call, we will begin to see everything in our lives – and in our world – with greater clarity.’
Reflections – Australia Wide is part of an ongoing series by Ken, who first introduced his wide-format panoramic book back in 2004.
The book launch coincides with the launch of Ken’s new exhibition, World of Light, at his Erina Heights Gallery on November 10.
Ken will be in the Gallery on November 10 and 11. He’s available to sign books and is happy to have a chat.
Or, go into the running to win a copy from Inside Imaging.