Author: Grahame Sydney. This photographic book is a result of two trips to Antarctica as invited guest of the New Zealand Government. Featuring Grahame’s distinctive eye, he captures the extraordinary ice rock and snowscapes of Antarctica and human’s efforts to survive there. Shortlisted for BANZ Book Design Awards (Random House NZ Award for Best Illustrated Book). Listed in NZ Listener’s Top 100 Books. Published 2008.
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View from the South. Owen Marshall, one of New Zealand’s great authors, and Grahame Sydney, one of this country’s best known landscape painters, have come together in this book of poetry and photography.
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Grahame Sydney’s Central Otago. Penguin Books has described this photograph coffee table book as “A classic for years to come, this is a spectactular photographic celebration of the heart of the Otago Province.”