Gift certificates are available for all our products. Scroll down to see what we sell in addition to photographic prints. As well, Gift Certificates can be bought for Personalized Photographic Coaching: one-on-one sessions with Alison for any level of photographer ($95 per hour).
The story of Africa is anchored by some of the world’s largest lakes and longest rivers. These waterways spill out the message “No Water – No Life!” But today they are unable to supply enough clean, fresh water to quench Africa’s thirst.… We must find … the cumulative energy to foil the dire predictions of illness, death and wars caused by water pollution and scarcity.
This hand-bound, linen-wrapped and signed journal highlights the values of African waterways, lack of available clean water and ideas for solutions. The journal’s 60 pages, lined for personal entries, include Alison’s photographs from 1985 on and relevant quotations.
COLLECTOR’S ITEM: ONE copy left. Price: $500. To order, call 212-861-6961.
Booklets by Alison M. Jones:
No Water No Life Booklet
This is a companion catalogue for NWNL’s traveling photographic exhibit. Fourteen pages describe values of our freshwater resources, threats they face and solutions considered, and present profiles of NWNL’s six case-study watersheds. Published by Puddleduck Press, 2009. All rights reserved.
Wind-blown lions in Serengeti N.P., Tanzania.
“A Pride of Lions”
This 4x6 booklet of 8 photos of lions by Alison M. Jones was created to help save Africa’s large carnivores, through conservation, research, development and education programs. Price $99, two-thirds of which will go directly to The African People and Wildlife Fund.
“I’ve photographed lions for over 25 years. Working with Kenya’s Mara Conservancy, I’ve seen the fragile balance between wildlife and community. Thus I applaud the lion conservation approach of The African People and Wildlife Fund.” — Alison M. Jones
“The future of these cats lies in our hands – their numbers are dwindling and habitats disappearing. Saving lions means reducing conflicts between people, livestock and the big cats, and helping local people derive benefits from their existence.” — Dr. Laly Lichtenfeld, Dir. of African People and Wildlife Fund and NWNL Advisor
For orders or more info, call 212-861-6961.
“Both Hands” by Alison M. Jones
The peace of Africa is in tender hands caring for children and elders.
The joy of Africa is in rhythmic hands celebrating tribal traditions.
The energy of Africa is in the hand-to-hand cooperation of entrepreneurs.
The hope of Africa is in hands working so children will be healthy and educated.
“Both Hands” is sold in three formats:
• Portfolio: limited ed. of six 11x14” prints, $500.