Part autobiography, part travelogue and part reflection, this is a book of wonderful variety and range.
There’s humour, drama, anecdote and heart-searching. Every spread is illustrated by Ken’s superb images: from the Aussie outback to Africa, from Antarctica to China and much more.
This book is in many ways a follow-up to Ken’s acclaimed 2008 volume Ken Duncan: Life’s an Adventure.
That book surprised and thrilled readers, who read for the first time many of the stories behind Ken’s career.
For Ken, the greatest accolade came when he heard of a farmer whose life had (quite literally) been saved by reading the book.
Ready to take his own life after two years of destructive floods, the farmer had happened upon Ken’s volume in the farmhouse; he’d been completely turned around by Ken’s personal story of chaos leading to hope.
Ken Duncan: Life’s a Journey continues in this tradition, telling more, much more, of the unique Ken Duncan story.
Ken’s passion is to speak honestly to his own generation in the midst of a world often gripped by fear of financial crisis, terrorism or environmental catastrophe.
About the Author
Kenneth McLeod Duncan (born 20 December 1954) OAM is a photographer from Wamberal, New South Wales, Australia. He is regarded as one of Australia's most acclaimed landscape photographers, and gained prominence for his pioneering work with panoramic landscapes and limited edition photographic prints.
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Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 25th October 2013
Dimensions (cm): 20.8 x 29.0