Wrayflex World- A new four part series of Tony Morrison's
journey around the world with a British made Wrayflex camera in 1960-61
India The stunning Golden Temple of the Sikhs - October 10th 1960
see the story in Nonesuch
News --- Six of One and Half a Dozen of the Other
Tony Morrison retraces some his early steps with the University of Bristol Trans-Continental
Mee and the Amazon Moonflower.
is sixty years since Margaret made her first Amazon journey and twenty-eight since
she died in a road accident in England
bring you the story of her life and some never seen before photos.
prints of the Amazon Moonflower look on Ebay
American Pictures |
South American Pictures archive created by Marion Morrison in 1975, was based
on photos taken by Tony following his first visit to Peru and Bolivia in 1961|
Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world at 3,812 metres|
boatman on totora reed bundle raft. In the background, the Cordillera Real of
the Bolivian Andes with peaks rising to over 6000 metres|
Years Ago READ
Marion took our filming gear to Peru on MV Ares. Seventeen pieces of luggage.
Our Land Rover went on another ship|
Morrison and the late
Mark Howell, founders of Nonesuch Expeditions
in the deserts of the southern Bolivian Andes - Steps
to a Fortune 1964