New Guam’s Ocean Book
A new book by Guam-based marine photographer Tim Rock highlighting the undersea beauty of Guam’s ocean and the beautiful coastal topography is now available. Guam is a special mix of urban development and natural beauty. Surrounded by miles of stunning coastline and rich coral reefs, it has one of the most diverse marine life communities in the Pacific with 400 coral species and over 1000 different fish. A melting pot of cultures make up the population and a great variety of marine life, history and natural formations highlight the surrounding seas. In this book we start in the north and circumnavigate the island, traveling down the east coast, around the southern tip and then visually visiting the popular west coast reefs and bays. Enjoy this look at Guam’s special ocean world. The 160 page book contains 275 color photos above and below Guam with captions. It can be purchased at Blurb.
New Palau Coffee Table Volume
This book contains over 240 photographs by internationally published marine photojournalist Tim Rock. Palau is one of the most beautiful island archiplegoes on Earth. Photojournalist TIM ROCK has compiled a unique look at the 100-mile long island chain from north to south. See feeding manta rays, watch gray reef sharks, swim with dolphins and jellyfish. Explore hidden waterfalls and dense jungles. Meet the people and see the rich culture. This stunning hard cover volume is like no other book on the Palau Islands. Amazing images on both land and sea make this a must have edition - order it online!
New Yap Coffe Table volume
This is the latest 2009 edition of Yap - Micronesian Magic by photographer/author Tim Rock. There are new images, more sharks and plenty of color in this latest book. Rock is a Micronesia based photojournalist who has spent a LOT of time in beautiful and traditional Yap. This book highlights the unique culture, natural island beauty, amazing reefs, schools of reef sharks and manta ray families and much more. This coffee table style book is similar to the 2007 edition but with more pages and more photos. In all, 333 color and B&W photos make this book a true collector’s edition about the special and remote island of Yap in the Western Pacific Ocean. Order online from Blurb.