For the Love of the Country
Available for November 2022 ANZ only
Celebrating farming in New Zealand
This gorgeous collection of photograph, accompanied by extended captions and insightful interviews, is a visual celebration of the New Zealand farmer and the landscape in which they live and work. Put together by one New Zealand’s top photojournalists, it tells the stories of the people who are the backbone of farming in this country, helping to bridge the gap in understanding between the urban population and those who produce their food.
SPECIFICATIONS: Hardback with Jacket | 254 x 254mm | 160 Pages | Colour photographs
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