Australia The Greatest Island  An Aerial Exploration of the Australian Coastline  by Robert Raymond  Photography by Reg Morrison
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond
Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond

Australia The Greatest Island by Robert Raymond

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Australia The Greatest Island

An Aerial Exploration of the Australian Coastline

by Robert Raymond

Photography by Reg Morrison

Lansdowne Press, 1982, [Fifth Impression], ISBN 0701813695, full page colour photographic plates throughout, photographic endpapers, two-page photographic introductory pages, oversized hardcover with gilded lettering, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, no inscriptions, dustjacket shows minor edge and shelf wear (see photographs)

“In this book the splendour and isolation of the Australian coastline has been captured, for the first time in its entirety, in the pictures taken during a unique aerial circumnavigation of the great island-continent.  Photographed at low altitude from seaplanes, the shoreline is revealed as a landfall of breathtaking beauty.  Rocky headlands enclose hidden, snow-white beaches; mangrove-lined estuaries wind between shimmering coastal dunes; towering cliffs alternate with undulating green heathlands, and islands of every shape and size lie off the shore, interspersed with countless coral reefs.  Here can be seen places famous in our history, areas that have been hostile to man, and land forms that make Australia unique in world geography.”