Photographs and Words by Linda McCartney
Bulfinch Press, Little, Brown and Company, 1996, [First Edition], colour and b/w photographs throughout, oversized hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 0821221728
Like New Condition, minor shelf wear to dustjacket
'Fleeting landscapes ... anonymous pedestrians ... traffic jams ... garish billboards ... fellow passengers. In this very personal "road movie", Linda McCartney takes us along her drive across the world. Shooting from the car and on the street, she imbues her mostly black-and-white roadscapes with wit, vigor, and a from-the-hip look.
These 160 photographs, many taken during her travels around the world, Reveal that eye at work. From her telling photographs of Londoners caught in the moment of recognition, children playing in the waves, and a panhandler at a crossroads to those taken on tour with her husband, Paul McCartney, and his band Wings - tired roadies waiting, guitars left leaning, the exultant audience - her work is intuitive, poetic, and always beautiful.
Like her bestselling book of portraits, Linda McCartney's Sixties, this collection of candid glimpses and startling juxtapositions affirms Linda McCartney's status as one of the most astute visual chroniclers of our culture.'