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Book details
  • SubGenre:Individual Photographers / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Wandering Wayfarer Series
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:130
  • eBook ISBN:9781624073960

Beyond the Ride

A Journey Through London's Underground

by Mark A Paulda

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A photographic journey by Mark A Paulda through London's major Underground Lines. Interesting London Underground facts throughout history, memorable (and comical) quotes from actual Underground announcements, and little known quirky bits of history about the London Underground.
Fine Art Photographer, Mark A Paulda, takes the viewer through a photographic journey of the world famous London Underground. Travelling hundreds of miles underground, Paulda takes the reader through the Jubilee Line, Northern Line, Bakerloo Line, Piccadilly Line, District Line, and Victoria Line. Beyond the Ride takes a look at the remarkable marvel of the London Undergrounds meandering tunnels showing the remarkable architecture along the way. Accompanying Paulda's images are interesting facts about London's famous Underground, and quirky quotes from actual announcements made during a journey. A journey not to be missed!
About the author
Mark Paulda is not only an observer of life, but also has a passion for travelling to foreign lands challenging that which he is most familiar. Professionally, Mark is an awardwinning travel photographer and best-selling author. His first book, “Celebrating El Paso,” sold out of its first printing within three months of its release, and went on to become the fastest selling book for TCU Press. “Edge of the Southwest” is now in production, and Mark’s third book, “London After Hours” is in the works. Additionally, his images have been part of collaborative publications such as Sandy Hill’s “Mountain,” published by Rizolli, David Tucker’s “London Walks,” and Karen Griffith’s “Reflections of Lake Lenore.” Mark Paulda’s photographic career has brought him many accolades including: Finalist, 2008/2010/2011 International Travel Photographer of the Year; semi-finalist, Shell Wildlife Photographer of the Year; semi-finalist for landscape at the Venice International Photo Awards; and 3rd prize, Prix de la Photographie Paris. His work is represented by the Hal Marcus Gallery, and has been exhibited at the El Paso Museum of Art, the International Exhibition of Fine Art Photography at the Center for Fine Art Photography; the Georgetown Art Hop, and many other venues throughout the world.