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  • Author:
    Matthew Heiss,Don Busath
  • ISBN:
    159038346X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1590383469
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  • Publisher:
    Deseret Book Co (October 2004)
  • Pages:
    141 pages
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    Photography & Video
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In 2002, master photographer Don Busath began an ambitious journey to photograph temples on five continents and to. .Temples is the remarkable culmination of that quest.

In 2002, master photographer Don Busath began an ambitious journey to photograph temples on five continents and to capture in those images the culture, history, and ethnicity of each region and its people. In this stunning photographic journey, temples from England to Korea, from Ghana to Brazil, are depicted in their native surroundings. I have long recognized that each temple has a special presence that is distinct from any other temple, observes the author.

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Busath produced at least two books Temple Square: In the Light of the Seasons and Temples: A Photographic Journey of Temples, Lands and Peoples. The latter was co-authored with Matthew Heiss. Busath also created Ibn Tulun Mosque: Gayer Anderson Museum Book with Amal Ahmad El Emary. Busath died on 8 February 2017.

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Temples : A Photographic Journey of Temples, Lands, and People. In 2002, master photographer Don Busath began an ambitious journey to photograph temples on five continents and to capture in those images the culture, history, and ethnicity of each region and its people. Busath also created Ibn Tulun Mosque: Gayer Anderson Museum Book with Amal Ahmad El Emary Sources.

A Photographic Journey of Temples, Lands And People. Published October 2004 by Shadow Mountain. There's no description for this book yet.

Busath produced at least two books Temple Square: In the Light of the Seasons and Temples: A Photographic Journey of Temples, Lands and Peoples; the latter was co-authored with Matthew Heiss. Wadley, Carma (17 January 2011). Face time - Photographer Don Busath's 60 years behind the lens showcased in new exhibit". Retrieved 8 August 2017. "David Pettit - David Pettit Photography - ZoomInfo. Busath also created Ibn Tulun Mosque: Gayer Anderson Museum Book with Amal Ahmad El Emary YouTube Encyclopedic.

In Temples: A Photographic Journey of Temples, Lands, and People, renowned and award-winning photographer Don Busath invites us on a pictorial tour of more than forty-five temples located around the world. He takes us to the temples themselves and then moves beyond the temple grounds and into the cities, cultures, and countrysides that surround each one. By combining three illustrative techniques architectural, pictorial, and street photography Busath emphasizes the idea that temples may be in the world even thought they certainly are not of the world.

As the pictures take us from the historical to the modern, and from the urban to the rural, the beauty of the buildings and their world surroundings are breathtaking, individual, and inspirational.

"It is my hope that though this book members of the Church will enjoy a pleasant recognition of the rich diversity of the temples that now dot the earth," writes Don Busath. "I hope that the images presented here will give the reader a sense that the Church is indeed a worldwide family. As you leaf through these pages and see the many styles of building and design, with samplings of the communities they represent, I hope you can feel the warmth of those communities. My greatest hope, though, is that each member of the Church will feel what I have come to feel a sort of ownership of these sacred edifices and especially a membership in the great worldwide family of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints."