Wild and Scenic Illinois

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BrownTrout Publishers, 2004 - History - 166 pages
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Corn State. Prairie State. Garden of the West. Each of these nicknames for the State of Illinois has a truth to tell. But not the whole truth. The world-class lens of Willard Clay reveals secrets about his home state that justify another nickname: the State of Hidden Delights. For Wild & Scenic Illinois, Willard Clay has crisscrossed the state's byways and trails in his search for the rare, the beautiful, the seldom-seen jewels of the Illinois landscape. Wild & Scenic Illinois is the most discerning and the most rhapsodic portrait of the natural face of Illinois ever published. Clay has gleaned images from every province in Illinois, ranging across all seasons, times, and natural subjects. His photographs are systematically grouped into Illinois's various landscape provinces, explored in an informative introduction and extended captions by naturalist Robert Hutchinson. In the photographer's introduction, Willard Clay shares his tips for tackling the technical challenges of shooting the landscape of Illinois.

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When is a coffee-table book not a coffee-table book? When the subject, despite hundreds of glorious full-color photographs, is the physiography of a pair of states--here, Illinois and Pennsylvania ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Hutchinson is a canine enthusiast and naturalist.

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