johnsheao°donnell  PHOTOGRAPHY & DESIGNdesign portfolio: BOOKS
Please click on a book to view a brief sample of its contents.
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Andalucia. This book of 111 images of Seville (including Semana Santa celebrations), Cordoba and Granada was published 2008.
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India 1. The first of two volumes of Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan in India with 222 images. Published in 2012.
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Cambodia. As the open wounds inflicted by the Khmer Rouge heal, this country's pulse has strengthened. Two hundred and forty-four images from Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap and Kampong Cham. Published in 2010.
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Mayan Yucatan. Before American college students began rushing to the white sands and clear waters of Cancun, before the Spanish Conquistador and before the Aztecs, there were the Mayan. Mayan culture centered in the Yucatan and other areas of Central America. This book contains 87 images of the Mayan Yucatan including Tulum, Ek' Balam, Uxmal, Mayapan and Chicen Itza. Published in 2008.
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5 Experiences of the Pacific War in the Philippine Islands taken from the Cultural Bridge Productions website.
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Barcelona. A grittier, livelier alternative to Paris, this work contains 101 images focusing on the architecture and murals of the Catalonian city. Published in 2008.
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India 2. The second of two volumes with 235 images focusing on religion and wildlife of Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan, as well as the haveli of Shekhawati. Published in 2012.
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Angkor Ruins of Cambodia. Published in 2010, this work holds 167 images of Preah Ko, Bakong, Lolei, Wat Nokor, Angkor Wat complex (including Ta Prohm, Banteay Kdei, Angkor Thom, Bayon and Preah Khan), Wat Ek Phnom and Banteay Srei.
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Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Corcovado is on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Home to unique flor and fauna, it's a protected natural reserve. Seventy images published in 2008.
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Nisei in America; Kibei in Japan. This book features two disparate stories of Japanese Americans during World War II taken from the Cultural Bridge Productions website and two accompanying photo albums.
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Fez, Morocco. This book celebrates one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Fez--Morocco's cultural heart, Sefrou and the Barbary Macaques of the Atlas Mountains with 101 imagers. Published in 2008.
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Japan. One hundred and ninety-two images from Tokyo, Matsumoto, Kamikochi, Jigokudani, Takayama, Shirakawago and Kyoto illuminating various aspects of Japanese traditional culture and modern life. Published in 2009.
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Laos. One hundred and eight-three images of Northern Laos, Laotians and Hilltribe peoples such as the Hmong, Lenten, Akha, Khmu, Tai Lu and Tai Dam. Published in 2009.
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Wildlife. This book offers a sprinking of 104 wildlife photographs published in 2008.
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NYC. The Statue of Liberty, Empire State and Chrysler buildings, 911 memorials, the hasidic Jews of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, the Bronx Zoo and more in 164 images. Published in 2012.
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Myanmar. Film photographs of a country seemingly standing still for centuries, this is a work of 97 images of Myanmar's people and the environs of Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Nyaungshwe, Pindaya, Inle Lake, Kalaw and Taunggyi from 2001.
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Lao Buddhism. One hundred and seventeen images of Lao Buddhism from Luang Prabang. Published in 2009.
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Flora. Exotic tropical flowers, passion flowers, banksia, proteas, wild flowers of California and more in this 100-page work published in 2008.
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Hawai'i. A brief, 40-page history of Hawai'i from Cook's discovery to creation of the US Territory and 100+ pages of photographs of Honolulu and the Big Island.
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Chicago. One hundred images of Chicago old and new: the Water Tower, Wrigley Field and Building, the Loop, architecture and art, and Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio in Oak Park.
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America's Cup. This book contains over 100 pages from the 34th America's Cup held during 2013 in San Francisco.