By: Michael McCoy
176 pages, colour photos
A photographic exploration of the marine and terrestrial environments of the Solomons. The photographs were taken over a period of more than 25 years and encompass virtually all aspects of life in these tropical Melanesian islands.
Foreword by Tim Flannery.
About the Author: Australian-born Michael McCoy went to Solomon Islands in 1969 and stayed there for the next 26 years. A professional photographer and writer for more than 30 years, his work is well known throughout the South Pacific as the author of several books and as a contributor to numerous regional and international publications. The main focus of his photography has been traditional cultures and natural history subjects - the latter both above and below water. He has worked on contract photographic assignments for National Geographic and Australian Geographic, was stills photographer for the National Geographic television documentary The Lost Fleet of Guadalcanal and has lectured in photojournalism at the South Pacific Media Centre in Suva, Fiji. His most recently published book is the academic work, Reptiles of the Solomon islands (2006).
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