About the Book
This is Andrew D. Hurley's third book entitled "Cyprus: The Divided Island".
Cyprus is a very distinctive island indeed with a unique identity and history. The South of the island is Greek, the North is Turkish and there are 15 special military sites spread out throughout the countryside that belong to the U.K. It is a stunning destination with numerous first class blue flag beaches, spectacular landscapes, amazing wildlife, dramatic coastline, picturesque villages and a heritage and tradition that the islanders are very proud of.
Jam-packed with over 125 exquisite colour photographs, digitally enhanced using the exclusive Bravura™ technique, this book is a must for all lovers of travel, nature, landscapes and natural beauty. Andrew, in his own unique style, has strived hard to capture the magnificence and essence of a place known as “Cyprus: The Divided Island".
This book is guaranteed to enrich anyone’s personal library and will hopefully inspire you to make your own special journey to the paradise island of Cyprus. In doing so hopefully you will create your own memories that you will treasure forever.
Please note this book was previously available under the title "Cyprus: The Island of Aphrodite". Due to the large book size and high number of pages the book was priced accordingly and as a result sales were disappointing. The book has been rewritten and republished and is now available at more competitive price. May I take this opportunity to thank you for your co-operation and understanding in this matter.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 19, 2008
- Tags Agia Napa, United Kingdom, Andrew Hurley, Andrew D. Hurley, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, 1974, invasion, island, travel, beach, sun, war, conflict, Pissouri, dining, coast, coastal, sea, Pathos, Pafos, Birds, Animals, Nature, Wildlife, Mountains, Troodos, UK, Cypriot, Isle, shore, sand, camel, hose, goat, moufflon, Iguana, cocodile, nile, Walalsey, Wirral, Merseyside, England
Based in Wallasey and a member of Wallasey Amateur Photographic Society since about 1994, I took up photography on New Year's Day 1990 when I went on a skiing holiday in Andorra. I didn't own a camera so I bought one there - a colour 2000 for about £16! I now own 2 Nikon film SLRS, a Nikon D80 and a Bronica film camera. I love travel photography and didn't really get the travel bug until I was in my mid 20's. I mainly travel around Europe but have recently started exploring North Africa. I particularly like mountainous areas, islands and old buildings particularly churches and cathedrals. In my spare time I write travel books and produce photographic portfolios of my work. I am hoping to produce at least 4 books a year 2 of my travels, a yearbook and some local work. Whatever I do I like to add a sense of humour to my work. It is appreciated most of the time! I don't believe everything in life should be so serious after all there is a time to laugh and a time to cry.