Washington: Portrait of a State

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Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 2006 - Travel - 110 pages
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From the hush of an old-growth forest to the hiss of wheat fields whipped by the wind, WASHINGTON: PORTRAIT OF A STATE stimulates the senses with radiant images from photographer JOHN MARSHALL. From the florescent green and pink of a rhododendron lighting up the shadowy woodlands of Olympic National Park to the bustling fun and commerce of Seattle's famous Pike Place Market, from the soaring peaks of Mounts Baker and Rainier to the crisp apple orchards of the Wenatchee hills, MARSHALL captures the essence of Washington for visitors and residents alike in this new volume of photography. It makes the perfect gift to bring home for both friends and relatives.

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About the author (2006)

John Marshall owned a Kodak box camera at age seven, and was carrying a 35 mm camera on day trips a the age of twelve. His professional photography career began in Washington State when National Geographic magazine published his pictures of Mt. St. Helens after its eruption in May 1980.

John's work has appeared in several books about Washington State as well as many magazines and calendars.

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