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Goldeneye Resort | Jamaica

There could not be a better place to start a love affair with Jamaica than Goldeneye Resort, the former home of Ian Fleming (creator of James Bond - 007). Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records bought the Goldeneye Resort in 1976. The resort was recently renovated and now has 22 units including nine beach houses, eight lagoon houses, Fleming´s original villa, and four houses built by Blackwell. The house that once belonged to Ian Fleming has three bedrooms with a master bedroom facing the sea. via Recraft



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SURF ODYSSEY

Explore the world of surfing outside of palm trees and beach clichés with this new book by Gestalten - Surf Odyssey. The book focuses on the creative and adventurous souls, forward-thinking makers, artists, doers, photographers and environmentalists for whom surfing provides the catalyst for inspiration. It is about an attitude toward life, a lust for adventure, and a love of nature that one can only find far away from established spots. It is beautifully ill...
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DISTANT SHORES

Renowned surf photographer Chris Burkard has traveled to the furthermost corners of the globe and put together a book of breathtaking surf photography. Distant Shores: Surfing The Ends Of The Earth, showcases Burkard´s stunning photos captured in wild, remote destinations and offbeat landscapes, beautifully portraying the humble placement of the human in contrast to nature. watch the video Also check out the book Surf: 100 Greatest Waves...
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READ THIS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS OF PEOPLE

After great success with "Read This If You Want To Take Great Photographs”, photographer Henry Carroll is back with the hotly anticipated follow-up "Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs of People”, a book that tackles the subject of portrait photography using the same fresh, straightforward, and jargon-free approach that made his first book a popular bestseller. The book covers topics such as composition, context, street photography, black-and-white versu...
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