Wild Prairie: A Photographer's Personal Journey

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Greystone Books, Mar 23, 2012 - Photography - 144 pages
In this large-format book, noted photographer James R. Page explores one of nature’s most beautiful and varied environments. Page traveled from his home in Saskatchewan through the Prairie provinces and south through the United States Prairie to Texas to photograph the splendor of the grasslands through the seasons. Here are summer’s sunlit world of grass stalks and sky; autumn’s early snow swirls; winter’s coyotes sleeping in frosty grass; and spring’s rattling winds and new green growth. The images in Wild Prairie find the essential in these timeless landscapes.

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About the author (2012)

James R. Page is a photographer/writer who has published more than 1400 photos and 75 magazine articles. He taught the "Nature and Wildlife" course at the Western Academy of Photography in Victoria, BC, for 12 years, and was a features writer and photo columnist for Explore magazine during that period. He has participated in many photo seminars as an instructor, and with his partner Arlene Rees leads workshops and photo tours to favorite locations throughout Western Canada. He was the principal photographer for Candace Savage’s award-winning "Prairie: A Natural History". He lives on Vancouver Island, BC.

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