Inner Beauty of Nature [Book Review]
The most recent book that I was asked to review is the “Inner Beauty of Nature: X-Ray Photography” who was written by Bert Myers, 2007. The beginning of the book discusses the history and techniques used regarding X-Ray photography and how the author started his interest in this kind of photography. The highlight of the book is the multiple X-Ray photos captured in black and white, then includes some of these images being processed with color.
Nature can be appreciated in various ways and I think what Myers did in this book is what any of us nature nuts would have done in his profession. Although he pulled it off in this interesting coffee-table picture book and was able to successfully share his nature finds with everyone (but with the X-Ray photography twist)! I congratulate him in a job well done and for dazzling me with his outstanding shells that he photographed. I think every Doctors office should have a copy of this book for their waiting patients.
The publicity individual who contacted me about reviewing this book had kindly agreed to send me a second copy to give away to one of my viewers. Like in my previous book review we will used a random number generator to decide who would get the book. So, comment below and if you’re the first person to comment your number 1 and if you’re the 10th person to comment your number is 10 . . . etc . . . ! I will use an online tool Monday evening (3/30/09) to help me decide who will win the book!! Good luck and if you don’t win . . . be sure to get the book at your local bookstore.
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