Many people have the desire to travel with no fixed destination, on a road to nowhere. Martin Kers has captured that longing by photographing desolate landscapes that show a world free from technology and human interference. On a journey narrated by 350 striking images, Kers takes us past the end of the world. In this space, beyond human interference, we find an endless void filled with nature in all its self-sufficient glory. Inspiring quotes by famous authors and thinkers are scattered throughout the book, making it a perfect gift.
Number of pages: 340
Dimensions: 215 x 150 mm
Internationally acclaimed outdoor photographer Martin Kers captures this longing to roam the ends of the earth beyond civilization's constraints in his latest collection Destination Nowhere: Geographic Adventures in Primordial Places. This book showcases what many would call desolate landscapes, but others find inspiring, healing, or restorative places to recharge human batteries drained by the constant busyness of modern life. New York Journal of Books