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Just how many dimensions are there? Surely more than we can imagine. Whether they're parallel, perpendicular or otherwise, finding your way into and out of them is no easy task. And while they might seem strange at first, in truth they're no stranger than our own. Also available on the Kindle Store.
'YOUR LIFE will end on the twentieth of March next year. I cannot tell you how or where. But I can tell you that it will end.'
So begins an extraordinary journey for Abraham Rosen, middle-aged photographer, who travels in the shadow of this prediction to India, Sri Lanka and England to gradually unravel the secrets which haunt him. His journey is also documented in 40 colour photos which appear at the end of the book.
Peter Davis was a writer/photographer and a senior lecturer in professional writing at Deakin University where he also coordinated N:ITT Network, Image, Text & Technology, a research area dedicated to the examination of images, texts and their combinations. He was the co-author of Aliya: Stories of the Elephants of Sri Lanka (1996) and a media consultant to AusAID development projects in the Asia/Pacific. He died last year.
'Abraham's Pictures' will have general appeal to anyone seeking a strong literary story that deals with issues of time, relationships and contradictions of photography. It will also have a particular appeal to anyone who has ever dabbled in photography (especially photojournalism) and/or predictions for the future. Given the profound issues that the novel deals with, there will also be strong interest amongst teachers and academics.
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