Renowned nature photographer Jim Brandenburg gave himself a challenge: for ninety days between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice, he would make only one photograph a day. As his shutter opened and closed on that first day, his 90-day journey began. This exquisite book is the result of that bold and immensely personal project.
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Award-winning nature photographer Jim Brandenburg gave himself a challenge: for ninety days between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice, he would take only one photograph each day. This exquisite book is the result of that bold and immensely personal project. Through the accompanying essay Brandenburg shares his innermost thoughts and passions as he witnesses the cycle of nature near his home in the northwoods of Minnesota.
Highlights include: * Author of award-winning Brother Wolf and White Wolf.
* Book designer Rita Marshall is an acclaimed talent in the field. .
* Brandenburg is one of the few photographers to win National Press Photographer's Association "Magazine Photographer of the Year" twice. .
* Evocative and emotional, journal-style text essay. .
* Book was highlighted by National Geographic-the largest number of photographs ever included in one of their articles.
To get back to the soul of his work, world-renowned photographer Jim Brandenburg sets himself the task of taking only one photography each day for the ninety days of fall.
The landscape he chooses is his home - the boreal forest of northern Minnesota. The images that result are quietly provoking.
Brandenburg also illustrates and discusses the devastating summer windstorm that later wreaked havoc on the locations photographed for the original project. It's an amazing journey.
"Most photographer could not have captured his breathtaking nature moments with 300 rolls of film, much less three. This may be the pictorial catch of the year." -- Chicago Tribune
"With every frame we see the breadth of nature in a single shot...A tour-de-force." -- William Allen, Editor National Geographic Magazine
"What a feat..." -- San Francisco Chronicle
"The one-a-day risk was worth it. The photos are stunning." -- Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Descripción NorthWord Press, 1998. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111559716711