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IceLand

—by Linde Waidhofer, 50 pages, 8 x 10 inch, hardbound book

—$42 plus shipping.

From beached icebergs as large as houses, to boiling, multicolored thremal zones and thundering waterfalls, Linde Waidhofer has captured the strange and surreal beauty of Iceland, a mysterious and unique island nation in the north Atlantic. A personal portrait of a magical landscape.

 

Paris

—by Mary Alic Johnston, 120 pages, 11 x 13 inch, deluxe edition

—$125 with an original archival print from the book, or $50 for an 8 x 10 inch standard edition, also hardbound, plus shipping.

Paris in the 50s, Paris after the War, Paris waiting to be rediscovered by photographer, Mary Johnston. Classic scenes, classic faces, a Paris that no longer exists except in books, existentialist novels, and photos.

 

Memories of Mao

Fear, Loss and Desire

—by Neil Ysezin, 40 pages, 8 x 10 inch, hardbound book

—$35 plus shipping.

Street photography and more, from San Francisco to Paris and Morocco and back, a restless eye and small Leica documenting the last quarter of the 20th century in living black and white. Neil Yeszin was a photographer of puzzling portraits and unanswered, unasked questions, stubbornly resisting easy photographs as he distilled memories, his own and ours.

 

 

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Chelenko,

the Thousand and One Faces of a Patagonian Lake

—by Linde Waidhofer, 108 pages, 13 x 11 inch, deluxe edition

—$125 with an original signed archival print from the book, plus shipping.

A visual celebration of the second largest lake in South America, a lake that few people know, and fewer still have visited, a lake shared between Chile and Argentina in Patagonia, a lake of stunning, breathtaking beauty, photographed by Linde Waidhofer, one of America's leading wilderness photographers. The en-face text is in both English and Spanish.

 

Unknown Patgonia

—by Linde Waidhofer, 120 pages, 12 x 12 inch, deluxe edition

—$125 with an original signed archival print from the book, plus shipping.

This is the Patagonia that nobody knows: Chile's secret south, the hard-to-get-to regions of Palena and Aysén. A land of wild untamed beauty, sparsely poplulated and scarcely developped, one of the last perfect places. Linde Waidhofer fell in love with this Unknown Patagonia when she first saw it in 2002 and has never stopped photographing it. For Linde, Chile's secret south is nature in its purest state. (A Spanish-language edition is now available in Chile from Matte Editores. Write us if you are interested.)

 

Bisti

—by Linde Waidhofer, 40 pages, 11 x 13 inch, deluxe edition

—Available in several versions, click on the book cover for details.

The Bisti Wilderness in northwestern New Mexico is . A land of wild untamed beauty, sparsely poplulated and scarcely developped, one of the last perfect places. Linde Waidhofer fell in love with this Unknown Patagonia when she first saw it in 2002 and has never stopped photographing it.

 

Forests of Light

the Romance of Rocky Mountain Aspens

—by Linde Waidhofer, 120 pages, 11 x 13 inch, deluxe edition

—$125 with an original archival print from the book, or $50 for an 8 x 10 inch standard edition, also hardbound, plus shipping.

 

A celebration of the most poetic trees and magical forests in the Rocky Mountains. This book assembles the highlights from more than 20 years photographing, and living amongst the aspen forests of Colorado and the Rockies: all seasons, all weather, all colors, in all their beauty.

 

Blue Light

the Marble Caverns of Patagonia

—by Linde Waidhofer, 40 pages, 8 x 10 inch, hardbound book

—$35 plus shipping.

This monograph celebrates the most unusual landscape in central Chilean Patagonia, the marble caverns of Lago Carrera. The surreal beauty of this unique corner of Patagonia has won it the designation, Santuario de la Naturaleza, from the Chilean government. These are the slot canyons of the far South. The color palette is different but the magic is similar, and just as strong.

 

Overview

Land, Light & Man's Markings

—by Fred Padula, 92 pages, 12 x 12 inch, hardbound book

—$125 plus shipping

A unique collection of aerial photos, captured by Padula, piloting his own small single-engine plane over an amazing variety of American landscapes. Unique because these images are more than a simple record of beauty glimpsed from above—although they are intensely beautiful—each photo also documents man's impact on the landscxape, on our planet.

 

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