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Seven Continents: Photography of Mohan Bhasker

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Seven Continents: Photography of Mohan Bhasker

Mohan Bhasker

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Join physician and landscape photographer Mohan Bhasker on a round-the-world journey to some of Earth’s most exquisite sites. Vicariously traverse a Laos jungle, kayak among Antarctica’s icebergs, trek through Nepal’s Himalayan mountain range and Brazil’s scorching sand dunes, and come upon impossibly blue lagoons tucked into the rugged Argentine terrain. Interspersed with the images are adventure travel stories about close calls with nature, opportunities missed, serendipitous timing, and the payoff of persistence. The camera lens lingers on everything from pristine panoramas to quiet coves and closeups of penguin chicks. In a fifteen-year collection of more than 220 photographs, the author pays tribute to the beauty, history, and significance of some of the most remote places on Earth.

Size: 12″ x 9″ | 225 color images | 256 pp
ISBN13: 9780764349805 | Binding: hard cover

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Los Angeles-based Mohan Bhasker is a landscape photographer and practicing physician. His photography subjects reflect his passion for trekking, travel, and nature. He owns a gallery in Los Angeles where he exhibits his images from all over the world, including remote regions where few travelers venture.

“This handsomely produced volume has many landscape-oriented prints over two pages with excellent low-gloss plate transfers by Schiffer Publishing. The final section of the book features dancers in the deserts of Mongolia, a hookah salon in India, fisherman in Laos, and otherwise stunning natural portraits. Hope there is a sequel.” —Lew J. Whittington, New York Journal of Books

“Very highly recommended for personal, community, and academic library Photography collections, Seven Continents: Photography of Mohan Bhaskar is a fifteen-year collection…visually celebrating the beauty, history, and significance of some of the most remote places on earth.” —The Photography Shelf, Library Bookwatch: February 2016