Landscape: photographs of time and place
Landscape is a revelation for photographers and nature lovers alike—a celebration of Earth's incredible and diverse beauty, with well over 100 images from around the world, coupled with illuminating text on the evolution of landscape photography dating back to the 19th century. In all, this is an indispensable and truly extraordinary book that is as thought-provoking as it is visually stunning.
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Landscape Behind the Scenes
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19th-century Adams's aesthetic ALFRED STIEGLITZ ANDREAS GURSKY Ansel Adams apartheid arcadia artists background beauty Bechers camera century Christenberry color conceptual concrete contemporary landscape contemporary photographic created culture dark depicted Earth EDWARD BURTYNSKY ELIOT PORTER film flat foreground GALLERY Gardelegen German GURSKY HALSO HAVANNA JUNCTION HITM horizon human presence industrial landscape Jacob van Ruisdael JAMES RAVILIOUS land landscape art landscape photographs landscape photos landscape's light live look manipulated memory METAPHOR minimalist narrative natural landscapes nature and industry painting PALMIST BUILDING paradise perspective photogra physical picture political prairie present preserve reality River River Rouge plant scape scene SEBASTIAO SALGADO seems seen shadow Shaker social sociopolitical space sublime Talbot TESHIKAGA texture Thomas Struth Tillmans's tion tographing tourist tradition tree ture UNTITLED urban UTTWIL viewer viewpoint VISION visual wilderness WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY wrote