Rhythms of the Kimberley

Written by Russell Guého and foreword by Tim Winton

Paperback
Price
$35.00

A beautiful production with over 100 full-colour photographs, Rhythms of the Kimberley travels through this stunning, dramatically changing, and always surprising, landscape. Guého looks at both monumental and the seemingly infinitesimal seasonal events — from the massive tides and cataclysmic cyclones to the flowering of plants and the impact of exotics on the environment. Includes fascinating information on local Indigenous food calendars, the role of fire and the seasonal indicators in the night sky.

Praise for the Book
‘I welcome this book for its sense of intimacy and its gentle guidance, for helping us to see what it is we’re looking at when we encounter such a remarkable and complex region as the Kimberley.’ Tim Winton

Awards

Shortlisted, WA Premier’s Book Award, 2008

Properties
ISBN 9781921361029 (Paperback)
Formats Large Format Photographic (190 x 240mm) (Paperback)
Categories Gift Ideas
Art & Photography
Sport, Travel & Entertainment
Pages 208
Publication Year 2007
Edition 1st
Publisher FP
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    Russell Guého

    Russell Guého has lived in the Kimberley for over twenty years and travelled over, under and around the region in a range of capacities. Russell has been a professional fishing guide and dive master and has worked with a number of Kimberley charter cruise operators. He was also directly involved with the ongoing battle to keep cane toads from devastating the region. Read more

  • Tim winton

    Tim Winton

    Tim Winton was born in Perth, Australia, in 1960. A four-time winner of the Miles Franklin Award and shortlisted twice for the Booker Prize, Winton is a bestselling author whose work has been adapted for the stage and screen and is widely translated. Read more