By Peter James.
“Portraits in liquid bronze” is perhaps the best description of the taut, tanned hot bods of Australian lifesavers, as captured by Peter James’ camera, circa early 80’s. A book about the surf and the dream of the scorching Aussie summer, Lifesaver is full of ACTION, in the sea and on the sand, twisted torsos, stretching arms, legs running, bodies continuously in motion. It is not so much a historical record of the origin of lifesaving clubs, but a celebration of the sea itself.
Publication date: 1983
Details: Hardcover with dust jacket. 1st Edition. 127p.