Previously owned book in overall good condition. Dust jacket has a few scuffs and smudges.
The portraits gathered here are a stunning tribute to majestic trees across America Immense portraits of trees as no human has ever viewed them are captured in thousands of tiny frames as the photographer rappels down a neighbouring tree. Thoughtful portrayals of trees that have survived by sheer hardiness or luck, Three gatefold pages display Balog's signature multi-image works.
With accompanying essays by the photographer, this pictographic volume truly delivers a new vision of American trees.
"James Balog photographed 92 superlative specimens in novel ways...But it [is] his full-length images of the big guys...that required every bit of Mr. Balog's ingenuity."--The New York Times
Hardcover: 181 pages.
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