The place no one knew: Glen Canyon on the Colorado
One of the important historic and aesthetic records of Glen Canyon. The sheer exquisite beauty of Eliot Porter's photographs of this wilderness gorge makes this one of the loveliest books ever published. Contains the best photographs from the 1963 edition and previously unpublished photographs from Porter's archives. 80 color plates.
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