The land wears its furrows the way a lion wears the bars of a cage. The picture is the record of a hard lesson taught by an unforgiving landscape. Properly considered, such scenes can teach us our place in the creation. What could be more beautiful than a landscape larger than our ideas? What is more beautiful than a brutally honest face?
—From the Introduction by Richard Manning
Hardcover, 12 x 12, 72 pages, 40 duotone plates.
Signed copies available, contact Don.