Your book has won the grand prize at the NZ Mountain Film and Book Festival. What sets it apart?

I think much of the appeal of the book is in how visual it is. It’s got stunning images that show the evolution of the way we’ve seen mountains in New Zealand from the late 18th century to the 1960s. It’s a visual record of the way we’ve seen the mountains through the promotional imagery that has been

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