Forty Five Degrees South, New Zealand

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

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ISBN 0 473 11506 9

ISBN 978 0 473 11506 7 (January 2007

“Congratulations, it is just stunning. I like the size, format and the quality of your work is wonderful. Well done.” Anne Zeeland, Eremia Retreat

“I would like more copies of your delightful photograph book. I have given them out to clients and they all have been thrilled with their gift!” Elaine Sutherland, Harcourts Lake Wanaka

Features include:

  • 76 panoramic photographs of unsurpassed optical quality and reproduction detail.
  • 80 page casebound hardcover book with dustjacket
  • Designed and printed by award-winning team
  • Distinctive theme describing a journey from the 43rd to the 47th parallel and some of New Zealand’s most stunning and iconic scenery
  • Personalised stories in each chapter

Keywords: Hardcover Book

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