Miami And The Beaches

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Miami is one of the great destinations of the world. Gerald Hoberman, the widely acclaimed, award winning, master photographer, author and designer took to the air over Miami in a romantic helium-filled blimp. What better way to capture the vibrant sunny disposition of Miami and the beaches, that sparkling jewel of Florida's coastline on camera? Hoberman then comes down to earth so to speak, camera at the ready and in an extraordinary display of further photographic and artistic virtuosity, incisively captures ...
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Overview


Miami is one of the great destinations of the world. Gerald Hoberman, the widely acclaimed, award winning, master photographer, author and designer took to the air over Miami in a romantic helium-filled blimp. What better way to capture the vibrant sunny disposition of Miami and the beaches, that sparkling jewel of Florida's coastline on camera? Hoberman then comes down to earth so to speak, camera at the ready and in an extraordinary display of further photographic and artistic virtuosity, incisively captures the very spirit and essence of Miami as never before. Each impactful image will leave the reader spellbound from cover to cover. Accompanied by well researched, informative and entertaining text, it also has some typical Hoberman serendipity thrown in for good measure to add "spice to the gingerbread." This book, one of a kind, will provide many fascinating hours of riveting reading. It is a "must have" for travelers planning a journey there. It is a wonderful memento for those who have already visited and deserves a special pride of place, in the homes and libraries of the people who proudly call Miami home.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781919939827
  • Publisher: Hoberman Collection Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/25/2011
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 847,692
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 5.20 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author


Gerald Hoberman is a master photographer, author, designer and award-winning publisher of international renown.

Paul S. George, PhD, is a professor of History at Miami-Dade college and historian to the Historical Museum of Southern Florida.

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