Martyn, John

Sydney is a city naturally blessed.  Its harbour still retains headlands of original bushland.  It is ringed by a wonderful variety of national parks and smaller reserves of remnant bushland dot its suburbs.    This bushland provides a balance to the urban centres and is a source of recreation and inspiration for the city’s population

This book beautifully depicts the special qualities of Sydney’s bushland.   It brings an artist’s eye to nature, yet a scientific accuracy to details.  Whether it be the texture of eroded rock, afternoon light through the foliage or the colours of a tiny insect, the beauty of the bush is a constant theme.


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Step Inc., December 2007.  217 pages, hardcover, landscape format,  colour photographs, maps.