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World-renowned landscape photographer Ken Duncan and World Vision Australia will launch their inspiring book Vision of Hope: Mother & Child that celebrates the special bond between mothers and children around the world.
World Vision Australia chief executive Tim Costello said the moving book of photos and short stories was a tribute to women all over the world and in particular the women in our own lives Vision of Hope: Mother & Child is an uplifting collection of images by Ken Duncan and fellow photographers Luke Peterson, Steve Fraser and Meg Hansen who travelled to rural and urban communities with World Vision to photograph everyday people touched by poverty.
From Bangladesh, Bolivia, Ecuador, India, Mongolia, Senegal to the Pilbara in Australia, the book showcases World Vision’s work empowering communities and families to break the cycle of poverty. The photographers generously donated their time and expertise to the project and the proceeds from the book will go to help World Visions development work around the world.
About the Author
Ken Duncan is best known for his remarkable collection of panoramic images of Australia and his iconic photography for Midnight Oils Diesel and Dust album. He has published more than 50 books worldwide, worked for National Geographic and Rolling Stone magazines and photographed The Passion of the Christ film. This is the second book that Ken has created with World Vision Australia.
The first was published almost 20 years ago when he photographed World Vision’s international projects in some of the poorest countries on earth. Ken Duncan said seeing such depths of poverty for the first time and hearing the heartbreaking stories of the people he met had been life-changing.
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ISBN: 9780646591117 ISBN-10: 0646591118 Audience:
Number Of Pages: 168 Published: 8th December 2014 Publisher: World Vision of Australia Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 29.7 x 35.5