by Robert A. Parker
About the Book
The photographer-writer lived with his wife in Spain for a year during 1958-59, and then returned for a month-long visit in 1999. This book captures in more than 125 images the architecture, landscapes, people, and culture of Spain during those two eras. The emphasis is on Granada, Sevilla, Malaga, and Madrid, but the book also covers Segovia, Avila, Toledo, Salamanca, Caceres, Merida, and Cordoba.
The photographer-writer has exhibited his photographs in many solo exhibits, and images in this book have earned him many awards.
Robert A. Parker has been an active writer and photographer for more than 40 years. He has won national awards as a director of publications for corporate magazines, and his free-lance writing has appeared in The New York Times and major consumer magazines. He has also exhibited award-winning photos in the New York/New Jersey area, including with his wife Margot at both the Venezuelan Consulate and the Donnell Library in Manhattan, plus at Brookdale Community College, Freehold, and New Providence Memorial Library. His work has also been shown at The Donald B. Palmer Museum, Springfield, Sussex County Community College, and the Arts Guild of Rahway.