Australia's wild places.
Canberra: National Library of Australia, 2009.
Quarto, dustwrapper, 121 pp. colour photographs.
Drawing on the extensive collection of the National Library of Australia, this book highlights the fingerprints humans have left on our landscape through the lenses of some of Australia's greatest photographers. Roger McDonald has written an insightful introductory essay with a discussion on nature photography, the environment and the meeting of the two. He has also written extended captions describing his response to the images. At the back of the book there are short biographies of the photographers.