On the Beauties of Nature (Part 2)

My friend Harry Hook has just come back from a trip to Africa - and was able to inform me that Debatable Space is now on sale in Johannesburg…

Harry is a film director, whose debut film The Kitchen Toto was a wonderful story set in his African homeland.  Since then he has been rash enough to work me with on a couple of projects, notably a BBC film about Canadian con-artist and murderer Albert Walker.  (The Many Lives of Albert Walker.)

And, as well as juggling his movie and TV projects, Harry now has a parallel career as a photographer of African and other landscapes.  Some of his photographs are on display on an amazing site called Getty Images. Tragically, it’s not possible to download them for free as screensavers – the cheeky blighter wants paying for all his hard work! – but I might purchase a couple of them as a Christmas present to myself.

Check them out, by clicking on this smiley face thing:      :)

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