New Zealand (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
The changing of the seasons can be compared to one’s own life for nothing is ever constant in this world. One can be happy today and be sad tomorrow; one can be penniless this minute and be a billionaire the next. Truly, life is like the seasons, ever changing and unpredictable. In “Changing Seasons,” author Lois Patrick has crafted a beautiful mosaic of images that capture the sheer magnificence of New Zealand’s natural landscapes further enhanced by the beauty of the seasons.
While the images are from New Zealand, the inspirational words on each page of “Changing Seasons” are appropriate for anyone, living anywhere in the world. This book is a masterful compilation of pictures taken by the author. The images are all tastefully done, showing the author’s skill in photography and her love for nature. With each picture delightfully rendered to bring out a certain emotion from readers, whether it is melancholy or joy or just a way to take a time out from one’s problems in life. The book showcases a myriad of pictures showing the beautiful landscapes of New Zealand and further enhanced by words of inspiration that truly captures the effect the images have on the reader. This book truly represents the immense beauty the changing seasons brings to one’s life.
“Changing Seasons” is a treat for both the soul and the senses, bringing out the readers’ love for nature whilst giving one a sense of wonder and excitement for every time the seasons change.
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About the Author
Lois Patrick trained as a Primary School Teacher, and later became a Pastor’s wife. They served with the Baptist Church of New Zealand for 40 years. Having lived in six very different areas, inner city to rural; beaches to the mountains, she has been able to pursue her love of photography.
Changing Seasons* by Lois Patrick
Publication Date: October 12, 2013
Picture Book; NZ$39.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4931-0992-0
Picture Book Hardcover; NZ$59.99; 40 pages; 978-1-4931-0993-7
e-book; NZ$3.99; 978-1-4931-0994-4
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