@2ndlead = Nature photography at its most mind boggling and immaculate; pure artistry that will leave you spellbound @2ndcola = Expensive, but amazing value if you feel the weight of the book! @2ndcola = Chronicles the colourful, often mystical quality of ancient trees, rock formations, cave paintings, seascapes, ruins and botany of the North American continent @2ndcola = Will remind readers of Andy Galdsworthy's natural art work @BREAK = ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: @Body text = David Muench, one of America's most outstanding photographers, presents a vision of the pre-Colombian American wilderness, showing how the natural world has played a significant role in the shaping of the national character. Eight themed chapters of colourful, mystical, and sometimes surreal images portray the ancient soul of nature as it is found throughout America: a sunburst hitting the clouds above a desert ruin, a steaming volcanic crater surrounded with snow, moonlight reflected in icy blue northern waters, a mountain range struck by vibrant lightning bolts. Anthropologist Brian Fagan puts Muench's work in context, while Patrick O'Dowd and Karen Zinsheimer provide an in-depth interview with the phot
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Published March 1, 1992
by Seal Pr.
Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference.