Destination Central Coast
The NSW Central Coast is one of the jewels of Australia's eastern fringe. Located just an hour north of Sydney, it boasts a spectacular variety of natural beauty and charm. Sparkling beaches, rugged cliff-faces, magnificent waterways, secluded waterfalls - all...
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The NSW Central Coast is one of the jewels of Australia's eastern fringe. Located just an hour north of Sydney, it boasts a spectacular variety of natural beauty and charm. Sparkling beaches, rugged cliff-faces, magnificent waterways, secluded waterfalls - all these are brilliantly captured by work-renowned photographer Ken Duncan as he turns his camera upon his own much-loved home region. Destination Central Coast is one of a delightful series of Ken Duncan Mini Books produced to provide a 'snapshot' of Australia's unique scenery.
Ken Duncan has long been recognised internationally as an iconic image maker and a leading exponent of panoramic photography. He has worked with clients as diverse as National Geographic, Qantas, Midnight Oil and World Vision, photographing major projects in the USA, the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
Ken has received numerous Australian and international awards. He was awarded a Medal Of The Order Of Australia (OAM) for his services to landscape photography, publishing and the arts. He also received the Photo Imaging Council of Australia's highest honour - the Gold Tripod award.
Despite hundreds of outstanding commentaries on his work, Ken describes himself simply as "an average photographer with a great God". Obviously, he has a God-given gift to capture the splendour of creation.
Ken's exquisite artworks grace the walls of homes and businesses across the globe. They are included in collections owned by royalty, politicians, business leaders and entertainment industry icons. His books are collected by photography enthusiasts and art lovers worldwide. The full range of Ken Duncan products can be viewed online: www.kenduncan.com.