Elegy: Reflections on Angkor
“The Ansel Adams of Angkor. . . . His pictures are not just beautiful but iconic. . . . dreamlike photos, which look as though they were taken in an ancient, forgotten world. ” – The New York Times
John McDermott’s magical images let us enter an Angkor that is rapidly vanishing: the hidden realm of temples lost in the forest, a nineteenth century explorer’s dream.
Created in a fourteen-year labor of love, Elegy is McDermott’s magnum opus, a definitive collection of over 100 photographs. (McDermott Gallery, 256 pp, approx. 12 x 12″ ) Limited copies available.