. . . Australia has many faces, many moods, many climates. The Australian scenic pageant contains much that is unique, but in striving to portray this uniqueness, too many artists and writers have represented the continent as a sad, brooding, perverse country . . .
This collection of camera studies records the joyous re-discovery of familiar beauties – green grass, blue hills, bright flowers, calm waters and a sunshine that caresses rather than sears . . .
Despite the preoccupation of so many interpreters with the strident harshness of the Outback, Australia is no less bountifully endowed with gentle things than the rest of the presently habitable earth. . .
Hardcover, 110 pages. In very good pre-loved condition with the exception to some fading on the dustcover.