The Moods of Presque Isle by Eugene H. Ware

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"The Moods of Presque Isle is a book of photography, poetry, and prose which provides a visual treat for your mind and eyes. Poetry and photography blend to produce reflections and emotions within the reader. The setting is an eight mile long sand peninsula jutting out into Lake Erie. It is a haven for natural beauty, birds, animals and rare plants.

As you read each poem, you will be able to slow down, take a minute to reflect on the complementary photographs accompanying the words. The book is an attempt to paint words and photography as one and create a “Mood” with nature for the reader.

About Eugene H. Ware

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Published November 11, 2004 by Xlibris. 82 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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