Synopses & Reviews
Travel photographer Bob Krist covers the Caribbean islands from Puerto Rico all the way down to Grenada, capturing the pristine beaches, mountain islands, and laid back lifestyles with the eye of an artist and the discernment of a photojournalist.In over 100 full-color photographs and text and captions from noted travel writer Margaret Zellers, you will find this coffeetable book a trip down memory lane, a momento of your visit, or an introduction to this island paradise.
Gingerbread architecture, brilliant blues and greens, and exotic rhythms of open-air markets and carnivals are captured with the eye of an artist and the discernment of a photojournalist.
About the Author
Frances Mayes is the author of the "New York Times" bestsellers Under the Tuscan Sun and Bella Tuscanny, as well as five books of poetry. Edward Mayes is the author of Works and Days and five other books of poetry. He is director of the Creative Writing Program at Santa Clara University. They live in San Francisco and Cortona, Italy.
Bob Krist is the author of Spirit of Place: The Art of the Traveling Photographer. His international photography has appeared in "National Geographic Traveler," "Smithsonian," "Islands," and many other publications. A contributing editor at "National Geographic Traveler" and "Popular Photography," he lives in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Table of Contents
1 Iron in the soul ; Out of Africa (110 min.) -- 2 Paradise lost ; La grande illusion (110 min.) -- 3 World's apart ; Following Fidel ; Shades of freedom (150 min.)