"A fascinating insight into Ireland's ancient burial sites" - Irish Independent
World sacred sites by National Geographic photographer
Wat Temple in Cambodia.
statues on Easter Island in the Pacific.
camel at the great Giza pyramids in Egypt.
Picchu in Peru.
stone circle, Scotland.
Buddha in Sri Lanka.
Temple, Amritsar, India.
observatory, Monte Alban, Mexico.
Great Pyramids at Giza, Egypt.
Tor at Somerset, England.
of Pacal Votan, Palenque, Mexico.
Olympus, Greece, home of the gods.
of Goddess Hera, Paestum, Italy.
of the Rock, Jerusalem, Israel.
Abas Giant, Dorset, England.
Gray, National Geographic photographer, and Sacredsites.com
sites are the most loved and visited places on planet earth. Since
prehistoric times they have exerted a mysterious attraction on billions
of pilgrims from every region and religion. These holy places have
the power to heal the body, enlighten the mind, and awaken the soul.
Anthropologist Martin Gray spent 20 years as a wandering pilgrim
to study and artistically photograph 1000 sacred sites in 80 countries.
All of this travel and research has been in preparation for a dynamic
and beautiful photography book of sacred sites and sacred art of
the world. The manuscript for this book will finally be submitted
to several publishers in the summer of 2005 and the book will be
printed and available by 2006.