Current book cover design - A View to Take Home
- Aug. 14, 2014 - CALGARY, Canada --
Travel along with professional photographic artist Wilko van de Kamp as he chronicles the awe-inspiring beauty of Western Canadian provinces Alberta and British Columbia in his new book “A View to Take Home”. Wilko captures the different aspects of the life he found when he explored these provinces as a “fresh off the boat” immigrant from Europe. He brings his findings in stunning, high-resolution images directly to the reader. Flipping through the pages of A View to Take Home, readers will feel as if they are riding alongside Wilko as he explores his newly adopted homeland on his motorcycle.
A View to Take Home is a collection of high-resolution, exquisitely-
shot photographs that offer readers an in-depth experience of a world that expands from the Canadian prairies all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Featuring photographs from Calgary to Victoria on Vancouver Island, A View to Take Home provides an escape into rugged nature, and surprising urban angles. Western Canada is a world filled with vibrant colors and textures, and Wilko brought them all together in his book. A View to Take Home presents the unique life found in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, as well as the bordering cities Calgary and Vancouver. It also includes some of Wilko’s unseen coastal work from Vancouver Island. Readers will get up-close and personal with grizzly bears, black bears and even wolves,photographed in the wild. A View to Take Home uncovers a unique perspective on this world, and brings it right into your living room.
Be part of the legacy, or even attach your name to it, at www.viewtotakehome.com (http://dynamicwindmill.com/view-to-take-home/
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
WILKO VAN DE KAMP is an award-winning photographer and photographic artist, author of his first published book “The Freedom Project“ (http://dynamicwindmill.com/
project) and professional world traveler. His inspiration comes from traveling all over the world. He calls the Canadian Rocky Mountains his “home”, and the rest of the world his “office”. He has been capturing our wonderful planet, and it’s beautiful inhabitants, for more than half his life. Wilko has spent his life traveling the world to capture awe-inspiring images for those who wouldn’t see them otherwise - and to inspire others to embark on their journey of a lifetime. Visit him online at www.wilko.ca
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A View to Take Home | viewtotakehome.com | ISBN TBA - forthcoming
Currently preselling through crowdfunding on Indiegogo (http://dynamicwindmill.com/go/indiegogo-vtth
Bookstore and online distribution expected last quarter 2014.Photo: