Flying over Curaçao

Overview


Curaçao is an enchanting island. The first impressions are staggering. The hundred thousand tourists from Europe, the US and South America who annually visit this small piece of the Caribbean will all agree. It all seems so hospitable and inviting from the air and from the water, that you can hardly wait to set foot on land. What is it that makes Curaçao so different from the other islands in the Caribbean? All of them offer to more or less equal degrees the charms that make this part of the world so beloved: ...
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Overview


Curaçao is an enchanting island. The first impressions are staggering. The hundred thousand tourists from Europe, the US and South America who annually visit this small piece of the Caribbean will all agree. It all seems so hospitable and inviting from the air and from the water, that you can hardly wait to set foot on land. What is it that makes Curaçao so different from the other islands in the Caribbean? All of them offer to more or less equal degrees the charms that make this part of the world so beloved: golden beaches, waving palms and temperatures that caress the skin. Curaçao's secret lies in the palette of sparkling colours. Wherever you look, Curaçao is a feast for the eye. People and nature indulge themselves in a contagious exuberance of colour. That gives rise to breathtaking images. Everywhere, new surprises await the eye. One hundred and fifty beautiful coloured photographs give a helicopter view (some of them even show recognisable people!) of the island of Curaçao.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789055947188
  • Publisher: Scriptum Publishers
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 7.64 (w) x 8.62 (h) x 0.97 (d)

Meet the Author


Aerial photographer Karel Tomei has been doing this work for several decades and is recognized as a phenomenon in this field. In the realm of abstract ground photography (almost art), he is unequalled. The book is a retrospective of the celebrated aerial photograph stationed in Eindhoven, who, year after year, has boarded helicopters and produced countless books and exhibitions.
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