More than 150 photographs taken from the 1950s to the 1990s capture the architecture, the people, the landscape, and the history and culture of Venezuela. Images range from Caracas, to the Andes, to Margarita, to Canaima, and are accompanied by text excerpted from published travel articles by the writer-photographer and from his personal travel journal.
The writer-photographer understands Venezuela and its people because he is married to a Venezuelan and has visited that country many times. He also exhibits his photography and has earned awards for many images in the book.
Bob Parker has exhibited his photography in New Jersey and Manhattan, often with his wife Margot, and has written extensively for consumer, business and specialized magazines. Publications he has edited have earned national regognition, and his photographs have also earned numerous national awards. His writing covers literature, travel, finance, and the arts, while his photography ranges from architecture to scenics, always featuring simplicity and natural light. Parker's photography has been reviewed and featured in Newark's The Star-Ledger, the Trenton Times, and other publications. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, Caribbean Travel and Life, America, The Critic, Communication Arts, Business Finance, the OAS magazine Amerias, Navigante, the Miami Herald, and other publications.
A Family Memorial Published June 26, 2014
Leaving Home Published December 31, 2013
IMAGES Published April 04, 2013
A Literary Cavalcade—II Published August 27, 2012
A Literary Cavalcade-I Published July 04, 2012
Leaving Home Published December 04, 2011
Images: Europe Published July 20, 2011
Images: America Published July 19, 2011
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