With the help of a camera designed specifically for Villegas Editores, this book invites readers into an infinite world of sensory experiences while exploring Colombia through panoramic, 360-degree photographs. This passionate journey through 29 Colombian locales—including Barichara, Cartagena, Leticia, and Tunja—is accompanied by informative text that places the images in a historical context.
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Enrique Santos Molano is the author of Adiós Panamá. He has written for El Tiempo newspaper since 1963 and currently writes a column under the pen name Juan Amarillo. Miguel Salazar Aparicio is a photographer, a historian, and a filmmaker with more than 15 short films to his credit. His work has appeared in various Spanish books, including Colombia Panorámica.
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Book Description Villegas Editores, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st US Edition. Unique large format hardcover with dustjacket, measures 18 x 7.25 inches, "This book utilizes the novel technology of a Round Shot camera specially built for us, which, as it revolves around its axis, allows one to provide a full 360-degree angle view of what is photographed and display two dimensions of the printed page. We are proud to present the resulting pictures of nearly thirty Colombian cities in a book whose format and design are as special as its striking photos of these marvelous places in Colombia," this is a fine gift/collector's copy, both the book and dustjacket are in excellent condition, a few small scuff-marks on the jacket is the only flaw. Bookseller Inventory # 037762