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Temporary Temples

Temporary Temples

Announcing....

CROP CIRCLE YEAR BOOK 2003

T he Crop Circle Year Book 2003 marks the fifth anniversary of this series of unique books by photographer Steve Alexander and writer Karen Douglas. This popular collection of full colour, fine-art reproduction photographic books records the passing beauty of the crop circles each summer. This eagerly awaited new edition will be the most up-to-date pictorial guide to the phenomenon currently available, covering a selection of the best formations from the 2003 season, with essays and commentary text. Includes contributions from circles researcher Michael Glickman and poet Paul Bura.

Published by Temporary Temple Press 2003 ISBN: 0-9537446-4-7The Book is 11.8 x 8.6 inches (30 x 22cm, A4 size), 24 pages (not including front and back covers). Each book is sent in a sealed plastic wrapper within a board-backed envelope to make sure it reaches you in perfect condition

NEW! Crop Circle 1994-1995 Photo Set

We have digitally re-mastered a collection of twenty five photo prints of UK crop circles from the 1994-1995 seasons from our original archival negatives to create this stunning new photo set. A good and comprehensive selection you can put in a photo album. Includes, the web, the scorpion, the galaxy, the asteroid belt formations and Steve Alexander's award winning Beckampton spiral pole-shot. 6 x 4 inches (15 x 10cm), full colour, glossy photographic prints - date, location and crop type detailed on the back of each print.

NEW! Crop Circle 1996-1997 Photo Set

We have digitally re-mastered a collection of twenty five photo prints of UK crop circles from the 1996 -1997 seasons from our original archival negatives to create this stunning new photo set. A good and comprehensive selection you can put in a photo album. Includes the double helix, Stonehenge julia set, Kabbala and the Koch snowflakes. 6 x 4 inches (15 x 10cm), full colour, glossy photographic prints - date, location and crop type detailed on the back of each print.

NEW! North Down,Wiltshire, 2003 - Large Photo Print

Enlarged photographic print of the beautiful North Down formation, which was aligned with four ancient tumuli. Each print measures 15 x 10 inches (38cm x 25cm) and is full colour. Use this picture for framing, the date, location and crop type is detailed in the reverse of the picture. Each photographic print is rolled and posted in a cardboard tube to ensure safe delivery.

To purchase these and more, visit the Temporary Temples Online Shop at http://www.temporarytemples.co.uk/shop/.


FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Steve Alexander and Karen Douglas
Temporary Temples
27, St. Francis Road
Gosport
Hampshire PO12 2UG, UK
phone: (44) (0)2392 352867
fax: (44) (0)2392 352867
email: temporarytemples@ntlworld.com
website: http://www.temporarytemples.co.uk



               



South African Stories

South African Stories

S outh Africa is a land of remarkable contrasts and breathtaking beauty. From breathless moments tracking the approach of a lioness and her cub, to browsing in village market places, surrounded by the colors, patterns and textures of vibrant, living cultures, South Africa will dazzle you with her culture, adventurous spirit and awe-inspiring safaris.

Prices begin from $ 1,999 per person and include:
International airfare on South African Airways, from New York or Atlanta
8-nights of quality accommodation
Safari experience
Two one-day tours
Airport and hotel transfer

Click here for more information: www.mysouthafricanstory.com or call 1-800-593-1318

South Africa is filled with great stories. What’s yours? Did you see rare and remarkable creatures, dive with the great white sharks, or ride a hot air balloon? One of the best ways to learn about travel is to hear firsthand about other travelers’ adventures. Visit www.mysouthafricanstory.com and post your South African story. Each month we will include a collection of new stories to give readers inspiration for their first – or next - trip to South Africa.

* Per person, based on double occupancy. Roundtrip travel from New York (JFK) or Atlanta (ATL). Valid through 9/1/03-12/06/03. Does not include international departure tax, customs user fees or PFC & insurance charges (approx. $80). Conditions apply.

Adventure:

With sun, sand, sea and mountains galore, South Africa is an adventure wonderland. It has the Big Five plus some of the best land-based whale watching in the world! But part of the fun is that you can experience the wilderness and the country’s vast natural beauty on foot, on horseback, on wheels or even in a hot-air balloon. And if that doesn’t take your breath away, the country also boasts the highest bungee jump in the world!

Culture:

With 11 official languages and descendents from the four corners of the globe, South Africa is growing into a proud African nation. From the Cradle of Humankind, outside Johannesburg, where the remains of the first humans were found, and the ancient rock art in the mountain caves of the region, to the heart of Soweto, there is an awakening of culture after the long years of apartheid. You can see the ancient crafts of beading and design emerging in high fashion clothes and crafts. You can taste this rich fusion in the amazing food. You can hear it in the beat of kwaito music that will soon have you moving your feet to the distinctive beat. And you will certainly feel the warm African welcome in your heart.

Safari:

With the third-highest biodiversity in the world, South Africa is a land of abundant natural wonder. The bringing down of the fences with its neighbors has turned Kruger National Park into the Limpopo Transfrontier Park into the largest conservation area in the world. Watch the elephants and other herds follow their ancient migratory routes across Southern Africa. The gathering dusk after a day on safari is an experience you will never forget. It is the reason why so many people return year after year and why others never want to leave.

Here are comments from fellow travelers about South Africa:

"The scenery is breathtaking, safari is amazing and the South African people are the warmest, friendliest, and most welcoming we’ve ever met!"

"South Africa is a party for your senses - it celebrates dozens of diverse cultures in an intoxicating blend you won't find anywhere else!"

"If you like a little adrenaline with your vacation, you couldn't find a better place to go than South Africa."

"Take an urban holiday, surround it with lions, giraffes, villages, ocean and fabulous people and you’ve go South Africa."

"Exotic, familiar, colorful, delicious, exciting…South Africa is a jewel even we could afford."

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
South African Story
Tel 1-800-593-1318
URL: www.mysouthafricanstory.com
Alt URL: www.southafrica.net
e-mail: mysouthafricanstories@southafrica.net








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