Latest book looks at NZ’s landscape
From the age of 8, Jane Dove Juneau has had a love of photography. From owning her first camera, a small Olympus point and shoot, when she was a child, she has had a passion for taking photographs of the world around her.
Jane, who now lives in Oakura, has travelled the world as a photojournalist, freelancing for the Los Angeles Times and various magazines at times. She spent many years living in the Sierra Nevada mountains in California where she photographed black bears and snowstorms among other things as well as working as editor of a mountain-resort newspaper there.
Over the years Jane has published several books, including the well-known The Spirit of Taranaki, which is now on its third print run.
Jane has spent the last decade photographing and exploring the country, capturing what she calls “the magic” of the coastline, wildlife and landscape.
The resultant photos feature in her latest book Nature of New Zealand, available now online and in bookshops.
Jane says the book will make a perfect Christmas present for anyone interested in the landscape of New Zealand, whether they live in NZ or have visited as a tourist.
“Every region has its own unique landscape and the photos show just how different those
Jane Dove Juneau’s latest book is available now from booksellers.