The book is a photographic essay capturing the Marysville streetscapes and surrounds, prior to the devastating bushfires. Photographer David Casey and Julia Peddie, produced the book immediately after Marsysville was destroyed, providing other residents with a visual memory of thier town. David and Julia have distributed over 4000 copies and continue to raise funds for the CFA and arts projects through local sales. David and Julia are now selling the much sought after book to the general public for $20 (plus postage) and are seeking distribution outlets in the region.
Please email email@example.com to place orders (order form below) or to discuss distribution opportunities.
Book Order Form
Wildhaven is a St Andrews property dedicated to caring for the beautiful native wildlife of Australia. The animals roam free and are protected by two people that care so deeply for the Wildlife that they changed their life style and, in return, these beautiful animals changed them for ever.
Alan and Stella Reid are continuing their work after the fires in February to care for Australian native animals. Here their photographs show that nature is resilient and regeneration has begun.
For more information and photographs go to the Wildhaven website:
Wildhaven St Andrews Website
You can help in the effort to rebuild the shelter at Wildhaven by coming along to the Wildhaven rebuilding concert on the afternoon of the 4th of April at Wonga Park Conference Centre. Tickets are available at the St Andrews General Store and details are here on this blog.
wildhaven wildlife shelter rebuild concert
Tickets available at the St Andrews General Store