Malak Karsh is one of Canada's most celebrated and accomplished photographers capturing images of Ottawa and the whole of Canada on a daily basis! Nothing less than a passion, photography was for him a way of celebrating Canada, a country he immigrated to and loved until his final days. In this exciting collection of Malak's life work, his wife Barbara has specially selected more than 100 stunning images that express some of the best work from the photographer's vast archives that span some 50 years. A true retrospective of Malak through his lens, this breathtaking tribute to him captures the many faces and moods of this vast land. From the quaint fishing villages of Atlantic Canada to the majesty of the Rocky Mountains, Malak offers a unique visual portrait of the people and places that make up this remarkable nation. Most importantly, this book is a beautifully designed retrospective of a photographer's lifelong love and work. Malak's photographs have graced the pages of many international publications, including Canadian Geographic, Saturday Night, Reader's Digest, and The New York Times. He exhibited internationally and was the recipient of the Order of Canada, the Whitton Award, and the National Film Board of Canada's Gold Medal. His previous books include Ottawa, Canada: The Land that Shapes Us, and Tulips.Malak passed away in 2001.