Things which we cannot easily see... are often the place where our focus should be
de Sandra Miller
Blind Photographer - Artist - Panda Hugger
PREVIEW SHOWS 18 OF 80 GLORIOUS PAGES FILLED WITH PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART
100% of the book profit will be dedicated towards purchasing bamboo seedlings for the BAMBOO PROJECT through the non profit PANDAS INTERNATIONAL .
Planting these seedlings will help restore the earthquake ravaged land in Szechuan Province where a critically endangered wild panda population lives and depends on this food source.
Sandra Miller of Portland Oregon has a passion for all creatures that inhabit our earth, and the endangered Giant Panda has certainly etched a permanent place in her heart and her life.
Embarking upon numerous journeys to mainland China, Sandra has spent weeks behind the camera studying each of these black and white beauties, documenting their unique personalities, whimsical habits and sense of humor.
You will find Sandra's photography and travel inspired artworks, as well as some of her favorite quotes and sayings within the pages of this book, drawing focus to her PROJECT PANDA mission and life changing experiences.
AVAILABLE IN BOTH SOFTCOVER AND COLLECTOR QUALITY IMAGEWRAP HARDCOVER
The pages in both versions are upgraded to premium lustre paper for exceptional image and art reproduction
The IMAGEWRAP hardcover is stunning with it's elegant satin finish. The softcover is equally impressive with it's high gloss finish.
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As a legally blind photographer and artist, Sandra's style is unique in that she relies on her Canon DSLR cameras and a powerful arsenal of lenses to bring 'focus' back into her world, and provide reference material for her art and jewelry designs. Sandra can see only through a small tunnel in one eye, therefore carries the recognizable white blind cane to help find the bumps in the road ahead and give her the freedom to move around in public. People usually spot the 'pandarazzi' with her huge camera and cane and clear a wide path for this unconventional photographer. A conversation starter wherever she roams! The highlight of each travel day is when Sandra uploads her memory cards, spilling over with photo treasures, onto the computer. She is then able to discover details not seen with the naked eye on a magnified computer monitor.