From the window of a commercial airliner in flight, Indonesia is a panorama of hues and textures. From the window of an automobile, Indonesia is vastly different, a succession of intriguing artifacts seemingly isolated from one another. These disparate perspectives of the archipelago are conjoined in the view from a low-flying aircraft. Details on the ground are clearly visible, while the vantage point is sufficiently lofty to encompass the full splendor of trackless forests, towering volcanic cones, and endless sea.
This book presents the natural grandeur of the land and sea of Indonesia in a stunning collection of photographs shot from the photographer’s custom-made microlight, a compelling demonstration that this astonishingly diverse nation is, in essence, a single, cohesive land and people.
Thousands of islands to imagine.