Beyond Reasonable Drought: Photographs of a Changing Land and Its People

Author(s): Don Watson (Forward)

Environment, Climate, Ecology | Arts, Design, Photography

There has been nothing like it in living memory. Theories about cycles and seasons struggle to explain it. Early this century, as drought gripped the nation, a group of photographers crisscrossed the country, and captured a seismic shift in the way Australians were living their lives. Caught in these photographers' lenses were the faces and the stories of communities caught in this shift. People whose lives were being transformed as the rains over much of Australia's bread basket and beyond stopped falling regularly and the land altered in drastic ways.

Secondhand. Book in good condition. Dust cover has some wear and tear at edges, and slight scuffing.

Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781742110967
  • : Five Mile Australia
  • : Herron Book Distributors Pty Limited
  • : 1.23
  • : November 2009
  • : {"length"=>["29.5"], "width"=>["24.4"], "units"=>["Centimeters"]}
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Don Watson (Forward)
  • : Hardback
  • : 9-Nov
  • : Many Australian Photographers Group
  • : 363.349290994
  • : 272
  • : colour photos