The Grand: The Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, a Photo Journey

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Wilderness Press, 2005 - Travel - 192 pages
The Grand: The Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, a Photo Journey follows the river from Lees Ferry to Mile 236 with more than 300 spectacular color pictures and expert commentary. Of the millions of people that visit the Grand Canyon every year, only a handful of them leave the rim and actually get to experience the river and inside of the canyon up close. With over 30 years of experience rafting the Colorado, photographer Steve Miller presents the Canyon from the unique perspective that only a rafter can, leading you on a mile-by-mile journey to see and learn about the geologic formations, wildlife (including rafters!), flora, trailside views, and, of course, the moods of the water, sky, and the canyon walls.The Grand is published in partnership with the Grand Canyon Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing visitors? understanding and appreciation of the Grand Canyon..

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Steve Miller was born July 31, 1950 in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the grandson of poet and radio personality Dorothea Neale. Miller graduated from Reisterstown, Maryland's Franklin Senior High School in 1968 where he learned how to make chapbooks as editor of the school's literary magazine. He later attended University of Maryland, Baltimore County sporadically through the late 60s and 70s where he was news editor and managing editor of the campus newspaper. He is Founding Curator of the Albin O. Kuhn Library's science fiction research collection. Steve is an independent publisher with an extensive background in SF fandom. Since his first publication in 1968, Steve has accumulated credits in well over 100 newspapers, magazines, journals and short stories including his work in the Liaden universe. Steve is married and lives with his wife, Sharon Lee, in Maine.

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