on 30 July 2013
If you're a moon lover, this book is for you. It might not have any explanation about the photos or any in detail writings about the particular part of the moon or item you're looking at but that doesn't matter. You get lost in the brilliance of the photo. These are things you simply do not see every day - and the pictures that we're all familiar with are shown in a beautiful way, being presented without description and with great picture quality and - as I bought the larger version of the book - in a big enough size to hold your gaze for quite some time.
I absolutely love this book and sometimes simply sit for an hour or so flicking through and wondering what it would be like to step foot on that big ball of cheese in the sky. That is what it's made of, right?
Definitely recommend this to anyone who gets inspired by anything moon related.