LIVINGSTON, Scotland (PRWEB) December 05, 2014
To provide food for thought is the primary reason why photographer and now author Gilbert Williamson shares a collection of photos he has taken all throughout the years. “The Camera And I” (published by Xlibris UK) narrates Williamson’s rich journey into the world of photography while showing readers the lush and picturesque country he was born and raised in.
In this fascinating offer, Williamson shares a compilation of some of his favorite shots, picturesque scenes that transports readers to another world. Most of the photographs that are shown in this book have been taken by the author himself, except for the ones that he is in. It features shots that Williamson has won prizes for or had been published in magazines.
These photos illustrate events in his life and take readers on a photographic journey that will make them marvel at the beauty of nature. Photography is hard work, but judging from these photos, it is well worth it.
In the absence of text, Williamson invites readers to form their very own words and stories, as they turn one page after the other. An artistry that meshes author’s work, passion and the lush scenery that surrounds him, ‘The Camera and I’ tells more than it shows.
“THE CAMERA AND I”
By GILBERT WILLIAMSON
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781456871932
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
For 15 years, Gilbert Williamson has made a living as a photographer.
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