Books | Roger Wandless Photography

By: Roger Wandless Photography  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Hardcover Book, Dust Cover

State Highway 6, New Zealand

“It’s another stunning book, on first glance its even improved on the last one.” Mark Chaddock, UK Doctor”

I saw Roger’s exhibition today, and his latest book (State Highway 6. I was so impressed with the dust cover that I purchased a book!” Pamela Stewart

Award-winning landscape photographer Roger Wandless is pleased to announce his second publication, State Highway 6.

State Highway 6 runs the length of the South Island and travels through many areas of spectacular New Zealand scenery. This is a personal visual interpretation of the journey reflecting the people, heritage and landscape that exemplifies this country. 80 page premium-quality casebound hardcover book with dustjacket. Ideal gift for Christmas, birthday, special occasion or overseas visitors. Enhance your corporate image by using this as a gift, that is guaranteed to showcase the southern region.

Keywords: Dust Cover, Hardcover Book,

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