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New Publication: TWAN Book in Japanese

The World at Night has its first official book published in three languages: German, Dutch and Japanese. The large coffee-table book is illustrated with some of the most beautiful TWAN photos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



2012 June 2: The new published TWAN Japanese book is a translation from the German version (Zauber der Sterne) is delightfully illustrated with a collection of about 150 starry photos by TWAN photographers from around the world. The text includes articles about TWAN, the images, and how to do sky photography, authored by TWAN members Stefan Seip, Gernot Meiser, and Babak Tafreshi. The Japanese book received special collaboration from TWAN-Japan member Shingo Takei.

TWAN images in the book display the sky over the most magical locations on earth, from Grand Canyon to Mount Everest, Stonehenge, the Great Wall of China, and Persepolis in Iran. The images in the book are in chapters separated by continents and many display night sky beauties above Well-known world cultural heritage sites or bizarre natural formations.

  • 228 pages

  • Publisher: Hara Shobo

  • Release Date: 2012/2/20

  • Dimensions: 10.4 x 10.2 x 1.2 inches

The first 3 released editions of this book are in German, Dutch and Japanese but it`s planned to be translated and published in more languages. The title of the Dutch edition is "Prachtige nacht" and it is published by Fontaine Uitgevers in Netherlands.

photos by Laurent Laveder and Oshin Zakarian

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