Earthtones: A Nevada Album

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University of Nevada Press, 1995 - Photography - 120 pages
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Too many visitors to the Silver State never see Ann Ronald and Stephen Trimble's Nevada: teal sky and a sea of purple sage, mountain mahogany and a crimson mass of claret cup cactus, a dust-blown sunset of vermilion, orange, and gold. More colorful than a neon display on Las Vegas Boulevard, Nevada is one vast landscape of tint and shadow and aesthetic dimension.
In Earthtones, Ronald and Trimble provide a guide to understanding a challenging landscape. Their love for the land shines through in six vivid personal essays and sixty-seven boldly emotional color photographs.
In independent but interwoven visions, Ronald and Trimble cherish the same Nevada, an astonishing place to anyone familiar with the mistaken stereotypes Nevada suffers. After sharing the surprises of this collaboration, readers too will cherish a Nevada filled with earthtone treasures.

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Ghosts
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About the author (1995)

Ann Ronald is Dean of the College of Arts and Science and Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Reno.

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