Roads Less Travelled

Roads Less Travelled

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Two decades with New Zealand Geographic magazine have given Kennedy Warne the privilege of seeing New Zealand as few others have seen it. He describes in evocative terms some of the extraordinary places he has visited, from moa skeletons in the marble caves of Golden Bay to the bronze whaler sharks of the Poor Knights. 'I cradled an albatross and hand-fed a kakapo.' He has met a huge range of fascinating people and come face to face with some weird and wonderful creatures. In this book Warne describes many of these adventures in his own words and magnificent full-colour pictures, creating a personal journey through people met, places visited, creatures encountered and dramas observed.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 230 x 260mm
  • Penguin Group (NZ)
  • Penguin Books (NZ)
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • colour illustrations
  • 0143009893
  • 9780143009894

Author information

Kennedy was New Zealand Geographic's founding editor in 1988. In the sixteen years that followed he established a reputation for rigorous editorial standards, high picture quality and a never-ending series of fascinating subjects. The high-profile Warne stepped down as editor in 2004 to pursue a freelance career. His work still appears in the magazine's pages. He now works for a range of magazines that includes National Geographic and The Smithsonian in the US and Canadian Geographic in Canada. He has an international reputation.
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