Monday, November 28, 2016

Book Review: Dreamscapes

Keeping with the coffee table book theme, I'm excited to share with you Dreamscapes, published by teNeues. The book is the fourth from Canadian born photographer and artist, David Drebin. Now based in New York City, David focuses on the landscapes of awe-inspiring destinations around the globe. David is known for his breathtaking cityscape shots and landscapes, and this book is a beautifully curated collection of some of his most stunning.

From the Manhattan skyline and Central Park, to the magical beaches of the Amalfi Coast, David takes us on a mini world tour, with remarkable photos guided by his inimitable sense of reflections, light, and playful timing. Take a look:

They are truly lovely, aren't they? And this is just a sample of the 100's of brilliant images in the 200-pages of Dreamscapes. Books like this one are lovely reminders of the beauty in our every day world, and they are far less expensive than booking a flight. Take a vicarious vacation and a closer look at this gorgeous book via the amazon link below:

If you're interested in any of David's other books, you can see them here:

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