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Guatemala In Pictures – Stunning Travel Photographs including Antigua, the Pacaya Volcano, Lake Atitlan and Mayan ruins.

29 Jan
Guatemala in Pictures

Guatemala in Pictures

The second stunning travel photography book from international photographer Keith Hern – Guatemala in Pictures includes photos from his December 2010 visit to this beautiful country in Central America.

Using the latest in colour print-on-demand technology this large format book (280×216) includes over 120 incredible pictures laid out in large high resolution colour. His first book, Zimbabwe in Pictures has received worldwide acclaim including from the Zimbabwean tourist board themselves.

In my experience of working with photo journalists on Zimbabwe, the images you have produced are outstanding and second to none. The photographs of people, animals and scenery bring out the reality and beauty of Zimbabwe. We treasure your work in showcasing Zimbabwe internationally” Zimbabwe Tourist Board

Mayan Ruins in Guatemala

Mayan Ruins in Guatemala

The Guatemala tour includes people, landscape, and wildlife shots as well as a visit to the Mayan ruins in the Tikal National Park. Keith has plans for many more trips as tourist boards and governments see the value of such showcases. The Zimbabwe book is already helping travel agents promote tours of the country.

The book is released on the 28th of February and available for pre-order through Amazon UK and all good bookstores and via Amazon Kindle. To read more about Keith’s travel photography visit Keith’s blog.

Mayan Temples in the Clouds in Guatemala

Mayan Temples in the Clouds in Guatemala

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Posted by on January 29, 2011 in Book Launches, Travel Photography

 

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2 responses to “Guatemala In Pictures – Stunning Travel Photographs including Antigua, the Pacaya Volcano, Lake Atitlan and Mayan ruins.

  1. marco

    June 15, 2011 at 5:22 am

    Very nice book, advisable for anyone who knows the beauty of lake atitlan.

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