Mother Earth: through the eyes of women photographers and writers

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Sierra Club Books, Oct 1, 2002 - Nature - 187 pages
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With more than seventy brilliant color photographs and accompanying rich text, Mother Earth combines the work of some of the world's most talented women photographers with the poetry and prose of eminent women writers to present a unique perspective on our planet.
Divided into five sections, the book celebrates Earth's distinct yet interwoven realms: animal, mineral, plant, human, and oneness, the realm where all inexorably meet. In each section, an introductory essay or story is followed by pairings of images and quotes, which together reveal Mother Earth's tenderness and power, playfulness and intensity, intimate detail and vast breadth, inspiring readers to look afresh at her fragile yet powerful beauty and the interconnectedness of all life.

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Mother Earth: Through the Eyes of Women

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This volume offers 73 color photos, most of which are nature shots with a few portraits of women and girls thrown in, accompanied by excerpts from poems and novels by women writers. This would make a nice volume to display during Women's History Month. Read full review

Mother Earth: through the eyes of women photographers and writers

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Editor Boice has combined the spectacular color photographs of Peggy Bauer, Arlene Blum, and 32 other women photographers with the works of writers such as Rachel Carson, Isak Dinesen, and Alice ... Read full review

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Judith Boice is a writer, photographer, naturopathic physician, and acupuncturist. She is the author of five books, including At One With All Life, The Art of Daily Activism, and The Pocket Guide to Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Boice lives with her twin sons in Montrose, Colorado.

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