Sunday, November 29, 2009

THE NATIONAL PARKS: OUR AMERICAN LANDSCAPE Preview & Two book Giveaway!

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THE NATIONAL PARKS:
OUR AMERICAN LANDSCAPE

BY IAN SHIVE
foreword by THOMAS C. KIERNAN

ABOUT THE BOOK:

America’s national parks and historical sites embody the American spirit. They are windows to our past, homes to some of the world’s rarest plants and animal species, and places where every American and international traveler can go to find inspiration, peace, and open space. American National Parks protect some of the most beautiful, majestic and awe-inspiring places on earth. From mountains and rivers, to forests and plains, these national parks open our minds and refresh our spirits. When you visit Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon or any of the 391 park units, you see nature at its best and stand in the shadow of our heroes and ancestors.

THE NATIONAL PARKS: OUR AMERICAN LANDSCAPE (Earth Aware Editions, August 2009) presents a wonderfully updated photographic survey of the nation’s greatest treasures. Seen through the eyes of the National Parks magazine photographer and International League of Conservation Photographers member Ian Shive, America’s National Park System comes to life through a collection of more than 200 new photographs. Sponsored by the National Parks Conservation Association and the International League of Conservation Photographers, Shive’s first book of photography is a journey to the places that have long inspired him. “Since my youth,” Shive writes, “I’ve seen the national parks as the last authentic vestiges of America’s wildest places — symbols of its one-of-a-kind spirit.” Thomas C. Kiernan, President of the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), has contributed a foreword to the book. A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to the NPCA.
Shive’s stunning images demonstrate the diversity and awe-inspiring beauty of the American wild lands. The National Parks features photographs of the major parks from the Florida Everglades to Mt. McKinley in Denali National Park, Alaska. The book includes classic and popular parks such as Yosemite and Yellowstone, as well as images from less well-known parks such as Point Reyes National Seashore in Northern California and Steamtown National Historic Site in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The primary style and driving force of the book are Shive’s natural landscape photographs. To complement the images, intimate details of Shive’s adventures photographing the parks are highlighted throughout.

Being a photographer seems like a mighty glamorous job — traveling to exotic places and enjoying dramatically beautiful landscapes and wild animals — but as Shive explains, “there is a brutal side most people don’t realize.” Imagine 100mph winds, and temperatures 50-below zero, blizzards and your vehicle hitting a rock in the middle of nowhere when you have a flight to catch in the morning. Physical challenges aside, the ensuing images that come from Shive’s travels clearly document his love for the natural world and his willingness to work with nature to capture the unique images in The National Parks, which were shot digitally using Canon 5D cameras, and are not doctored. A purist at heart, Shive “believes in the utmost truth regarding the ethics of photography. No skies were added, no details removed in any of these photos except for the exorbitant amount of dust that manages to find itself stuck to my camera sensor. All images of wildlife were taken in the wild. All images were processed using Adobe Photoshop and some contrast and saturation was added but nothing beyond what would have taken place if I had been shooting with Fuji Velvia film.”
Amy Leinbach Marquis, associate editor for National Parks Magazine, recalls her amazing adventure with the fearless photographer to Big Bend for a shoot, “We’d drive to a photogenic spot, and while I soaked in the scenery, Ian would bound swift and light-footed through fields of sharp, spiky agaves and dagger-tipped cacti to capture the best light. The plants would cut right through his jeans and into his legs, and he’d return to the car shredded and bleeding and plucking out thorns. But he always exceeded his goal of capturing one good photograph a day.” At the local diner, where Shive edited the day’s shoot, Marquis relates how the locals would react to his work; “Waitresses and park staff would linger around our dinner table, peering wide-eyed over Ian’s shoulder as if seeing Big Bend for the very first time. His images weren’t just illustrations of the place; they were a gift to the people who called it home.”
Monde de la Photographie, a Paris, France based photography publication has compared Shive to Ansel Adams and many consider Shive to be “picking up the torch” where Adams left off.

Singing Ian Shive’s praises comes easy for those who experience his work. Scott Kirkwood, editor for National Parks Magazine, sees thousands of images of national parks each year. “As much as I enjoy spending time reviewing images of Acadia’s cliffs, Zion’s peaks and everything in between, there’s a point where I start to think seen it. When the magazine sends a photographer on assignment to Glacier National Park, he’s got to execute a shot that not only screams ‘Glacier’ before the reader even sees a caption, but also whispers something new to those who have visited the park dozens of times. Like painting a still life that reveals something more than just a bowl of fruit, it’s not easy to do. But Ian Shive does it. I’m still trying to figure out how.”

ABOUT THE AUTHOR/PHOTOGRAPHER:

IAN SHIVE, 31, is an award-winning environmental and conservation oriented-photographer, author and film producer, who has emerged at the leading edge of related outdoor, lifestyle and landscape photography. A rock climber and certified scuba diver, Shive's relentless pursuit of inspiring imagery has taken him around the world - from assignments deep beneath the California coast, to the equatorial jungles of the Malaysian rain forest, to the far northern arctic mountainsides of Mt. McKinley, Alaska. Having documented for the last several years the world's diverse landscapes and the relationship mankind has with nature, Shive's photographs have appeared in countless publications spanning the globe including Time Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, National Geographic, Popular Science, The Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Popular Photography and Outside Magazine, to name a few.

In August 2009, Shive's first book was released titled The National Parks: Our American Landscape, a collection of over 200 stunning images depicting America's national parks with a fresh, modern approach published under Earth Aware Editions and available in stores nationwide. To date, Shive and the book have been featured in an eight-page spread in the August 2009 issue of Sunset Magazine, reaching 2.9 subscribers. Shive has also participated in numerous
other television press interviews including for ABC News, CBS, PBS and many others. Followed on the social media networks, Twitter and Facebook, Shive has received prominence on numerous web sites and in print including, among others, Boys Life Magazine (Aug. '09) (2.3 million), Scholastic.com and Scholastic Magazine (Aug. '09) (1.3 print), About.com (1.2 million), Mother Nature News (MNN.com) (1.2 million), SierraClub.com (1.2 million), and Lonely Planet Magazine (Aug. '09) (70,000) which praised the book “the best in print.


Shive also is co-producer of the television travelogue from-the-road, Wild Exposure, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the parks book, which debuted in August 2009 and continues to air on the Al Gore television channel, Current TV. The program was created through Shive's multimedia production company WildCollective.com, an emerging leader in the development of multimedia pieces for the web using still photos and video. Shive pioneered the multimedia/mixed-media genre particularly for environmental and conservation-based non-profits including The Nature Conservancy and the National Parks Conservation Association, with whom he proudly maintains ongoing relationships among numerous other similar groups.

Beyond the role of photographer/author/producer, Shive also is an actively dedicated advocate for the causes he photographs, having met in 2009 with individual members of the House of Representatives and Senate to address the related issues through his images and to participate in a group exhibit on Capitol Hill. He is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP) based in Washington, D.C., and whose membership represents the highest standards and ethics in nature photography today.
Prior to his career in photography, Shive worked in marketing for Sony's Columbia Pictures for over eight years on such films as the Spider-Man franchise, Memoirs of a Geisha, Pursuit of Happyness and over 60 other major motion pictures. Most proud of his role in the preservation of the world's wild lands, Shive's philosophy is that the powerful medium of photography has shaped our view of the environment in the past and can continue to shape those views in the future. He resides in Los Angeles.


GIVEAWAY

I am very excited that thanks
to Elizabeth at Terry Hines Associates
I have TWO copies of this MAGNIFICENT
book to give away to two lucky readers!

Today, is
IAN SHIVE DAY
on my blog and I will post another
two posts today. One will be with my
interview of Ian and my review of this
wonderful book. The other will be later
today for a couple more fabulous video
clips and MORE BONUS chances to enter!

RULES:

--U.S. AND CANADIAN RESIDENTS ONLY
--NO P. O. BOXES, PLEASE
--EMAIL ADDRESS MUST BE INCLUDED
IN YOUR COMMENTS
--EACH COMMENT MUST BE SEPARATE
OR IT WILL ONLY COUNT AS ONE ENTRY


HOW TO ENTER:

+1 ENTRY: COMMENT ON A PHOTOGRAPH BY IAN SHIVE FROM THE ONLINE STORE OF IAN SHIVE'S WEBSITE HERE THAT YOU LIKED THE BEST (OH, THIS WILL BE HARD TO PICK, I KNOW). THEY HAVE TITLES YOU CAN USE IN THIS ENTRY.

+1 MORE ENTRY: COMMENT ON WHICH OF THE NATIONAL PARKS YOU HAVE BEEN TO, OR WANTED TO GO TO, AND NAME IT/THEM.

+1 MORE ENTRY: BLOG OR TWEET ABOUT THIS GIVEAWAY AND COME BACK HERE AND LEAVE A LINK

+1 MORE ENTRY: HAVE A NEW PERSON COME AND VISIT MY BLOG AND THEY MUST TELL ME YOUR BLOG NAME HERE FOR YOU TO GET AN EXTRA ENTRY. YOU MAY SEND AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU WANT BUT ONLY ONE WILL COUNT FOR AN EXTRA ENTRY.

DEADLINE TO ENTER IS
6 PM, EST, DECEMBER 14

GOOD LUCK!

85 comments:

scottsgal said...

The Yosemite Chapel in winter looks like a postcard. Gorgeous pictures

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scottsgal said...

I'd love to visit Yosemite and Denali in Alaska to see all the wildlife

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Margie said...

Beautiful photos! I liked the green heron shot in the Everglades National Park in Florida.
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Katy said...

I love the pictures of Steamtown National Historic Site in Pennsylvania. My son wants this one.

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Katy said...

Tweeted the giveaway: http://twitter.com/afewmorepages/status/6172642784

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Katy said...

I love our national parks (and am excited about this book!). I have visited many national parks: Saguaro in Arizona; Channel Islands, Sequoia, Joshua Tree, and Redwood in California; Rocky Mountain in Colorado; and Crater Lake in Oregon--I think I have visited a national park in every state I've ever visited. LOL I have been itching to visit Death Valley and Yosemite, since they're nearby and two of the most popular in California.

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Margie said...

We've been to several parks on our road trips...Olympic, Mount Rainier, Zion, Bryce, Death Valley, Sequoia. Hope to see many more!
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Morning Glow from Novel Addiction said...

+1 I absolutely loved the Channel Islands National Park, California picture. I've always been in love with beautiful land and water scenes.. and all the stunning colors, I just can't get over it!

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Morning Glow from Novel Addiction said...

I've never been to a national park.. at least not that I know. But after seeing the picture from Channel Islands National Park, in California, that's where I want to go.

Thanks!
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Pricilla said...

http://www.waterandsky.com/store/details/216_Sentinel-Peak--Zion-National-Park

This one is stunning
thank you
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Pricilla said...

Wow, I hope I can remember them all..
Yellowstone,Yosemite,Crater Lake,Volcanoes,Acadia,Glacier,Carlsbad Caverns,The Badlands,Smokey Mountains,Gettysburg,Everglades,Zion,Bryce,Canyonlands,
Arches,Antietam,Appomattox,Assateague,Canyon de Chelly,Cedar Breaks,Ellis Island,Fort Sumpter, Vicksburg,Chickamauga,Gila Cliff Dwellings...well you get the point.
The hubby and I traveled around for three years in a fifthwheel seeing the country. It was a blast.
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Pricilla said...

I tweeted
thanks
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http://twitter.com/BrokenTeepee/status/6176494099

fredamans said...

I want to visit all the National parks, but would love to see the Grand Canyon.

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Jen said...

My favorite is Snow-covered trees in Yosemite National Park, California. So many beautiful photos!

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Jen said...

I've always wanted to visit Redwood National Park to see the trees- maybe someday!

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Linda K said...

Hard choice.They are all beautiful. My favorite is :
Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California
Point Bonita overlooking the San Francisco Bay

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Linda K said...

I have been to Yosemite but not for many years and it would be nice to go back again.

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Amy said...

Holy cow! Picking a favorite photograph was impossible! Ian Shive took so many beautiful ones! I finally chose one of his photos of Glacier National Park in Montana. This photo is of a Hidden Lake & waterfall, part of Hidden Lake Trail, Logan's Pass.
Absolutely stunning.

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Amy said...

There are many national parks I would love to visit. I haven't been to any yet. Yosemite National Park, Denali in Alaska, The Everglades National Park, The Grand Canyon and Glacier National Park in Montana are top of my list!

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Amy said...

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Debbie said...

I love the one of the tree from below in Sequoia National Park.
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The Book Vixen said...

What a beautiful book! I love his photography. He has quite an eye.

My favorite photograph from his website is Everglades National Park, Florida

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The Book Vixen said...

I have been to:

Bryce Canyon
Death Valley
Redwoods

I'd like to go to Yosemite.

gaby317 said...

It was so difficult to pick a favorite photograph! I loved Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming (Panoramic of slough creek at sunset near Lamar Valley).

thanks so much!
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gaby317 said...

I've been to Yosemite and I loved it! It was one of the few times I've ever been camping and was the only US national park that I've visited.

I would love to visit Arcadia National Park and the Grand Canyon - but I'm learning about so many other beautiful park through Ian's website. Thanks!

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gaby317 said...

I've been to Yosemite and I loved it! It was one of the few times I've ever been camping and was the only US national park that I've visited.

I would love to visit Arcadia National Park and the Grand Canyon - but I'm learning about so many other beautiful park through Ian's website. Thanks!

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Henrietta said...

I love the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Panoramic of slough creek at sunset, near Lamar Valley.. Picture!

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Book Butterfly (Kim) said...

This is really a beautiful book. I want to visit all these places!

Kim
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Thank you! :)

Teddy Rose said...

Sentinel Peak, Zion National Park is an amazing photo, breath taking. It was hard to pick just one though!

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Teddy Rose said...

I have been to Yellowstone National Park, Everglades National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Mt. Rainier National Park

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g.g. said...

that is not fair..they are all great...I like the one at denali national park with the mountains


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g.g. said...

I have been to Yosemite and Smokey Mountains and Grand Canyon

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etirv said...

I like Fern Springs, just so unusual!

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etirv said...

I've only been to Yosemite many years ago, breathtaking!

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Sarah said...

I love the picture titled "Boat Tailed Grackle," which shows a grackle up close with a background of grass stalks. I love birds, which is why I was drawn to this photo.

Please enter me in this giveaway!

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Sarah said...

I've been to many national parks over the years. Last summer I took a trip to Virginia and visited Colonial National Historical Park - Yorktown Battlefield; Appomattox Court House National Historical Park; and Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park - Wilderness, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, and Spotsylvania Battlefields.

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Sarah said...

I tweeted:

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Margie said...

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Glenn said...

Looks like a great book. Been to many national parks over the years, my absolute favorite being Yellowstone in WY. Also been to Grand Tetons (WY), Yosemite (CA), Glacier (MT), Grand Canyon (AZ), Arches, Bryce and Zion (UT), Acadia (ME) and Great Smoky Mts (TN). Thanks for the giveaway.

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Vicki said...

I love the photo of:
Denali National Park, Alaska
The view from Mount McKinley base camp at 14,200 feet.

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Vicki said...

I've never been to Yosemite, but would love to!

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Vicki said...

TWEET

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nfmgirl said...

Jeez o Pete! I could never pick a favorite! They are all absolutely stunning! However I'll mention "Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming:
Reflections of clouds are seen at Mammoth Hot Springs near Canary Spring", because I have a special love for pics of lone trees on the landscape.

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nfmgirl said...

I've been to Olympic National Park and Everglades.

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MarionG said...

Minature lupine in Yosemite is my favorite. But there are many beautiful pictures. polo-puppy-fluffyAThotmail *dot* com

MarionG said...

I have been to Yellowstone Park and just loved it. polo-puppy-fluffyAThotmail *dot* com

Edna said...

I like the picture of "the Fern Springs" all are great pictures, I just like the water falls.

Would love to win this beautiful book, for a coffee table book.

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Sara said...

His photographs were all so beautiful. I love the Fern Springs and the Giant Sequoias. However, my favorite has to be the Kelp Forest in the Channel Islands National Park. It is a unique view of the ocean and I would love to see it in person.

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Sara said...

I live in KY and haven't gotten to travel a whole lot in my life. The only National park I've been to is Lincoln's Birthplace (that's right people he was actually from KY not IL). A lot of people don't know that. It's kind of sad that I live in KY and have never been the Mammoth Cave. We're planning a trip there next summer.

The one national park I'm dying to see is the Redwood National Forest/Park. I hope that some day I get to see those gorgeous trees in real life.

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Silvia said...

It is sooooo hard to choose. But I have to, I love the picture of Sequoia with the huge tree.

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Silvia said...

I've been in Yosemite and Sequoia, still lots on my list to visit!!

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Silvia said...

I tweeted!

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Kaye said...

Autumn in Acadia was one of my favorites. You know my heart is still in New England and fall is a favorite season for me.

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Kaye said...

I'd love to go to the Grand Canyon. We have been to Sequoia. Very interesting. I'm sure hubby would like to visit Steamtown in PA.
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Jane said...

I love the photo of a man overlooking the Pacific from the Marin Headlands(Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California).

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Jane said...

I've been to the Grand Canyon and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. I would love to visit Yosemite and Yellowstone.

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enyl said...

This would make a great addition to my classroom library.

I have visited Harpers Ferry, Gettysburg ,Shenadoah,Smokey Mountains,and Valley Forge.
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enyl said...

there were so many pretty pictures,I couldn't pick just one. I like: Fern Spring,Winter in Yellowstone Park,Sentinel Peak at Zion National Park,Bubble Pond at Acadia National Park,Canyonland National Park,Saguaro NationalPark,GlowiScorpio at Big Ben National Park,Geyser Basin,Glacier National Park,Winter on Merced River,Mooris Over Death Valley,Everglade National Park,Chanel Island National Park,Swimming Garbaldi at Channel Island, and Yosemite National Park.

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enyl said...

I would like to visit, Glacier Bay,Channel Island,Carlsbad Canyon,Capital Reed,Death Valley and the Badlands.
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Benita said...

The photographs are all beautiful as you suggested. I love Rainfall on Summer Grass. The raindrops are so vivid.

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Benita said...

I would love to visit Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks.

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FrankSandy said...

I thought the picture of the Steamtown National Historic Site in Pennsylvania was great.
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Esme said...

I really like the Channel Islands Cal. photo

his photos are gorgeous

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Esme said...

We recently visited Glacier NP, I have also been to Yosemite, Bryce, Grand Canyon, Arches, Olympic

they are all great

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Gwendolyn B. said...

It is hard to pick just one! I'm choosing THE PATIENT FISHERMAN because I think I could look at that picture forever and continually see new things and never tire of it.

Thanks for the chance to win this book!

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Gwendolyn B. said...

I lived in Tucson for a long time, so I visited Saguaro National Park because it was basically my back yard! I'd love to see them all, and maybe someday I'll get to travel. I hope to see the Everglades as well as Zion National Park.

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justpeachy36 said...

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I live in Kentucky and we have a lot of coyotes in the area. We live right next to the Daniel Boone National Forest. I loved Ian Shive's photograph "Coyote In Winter". It was just beautiful.

Please enter me in the giveaway.

dsandyboy said...

The picture of the Everglades National Park in Florida was cool.

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justpeachy36 said...

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I have been to the Great Smoky Mountains National Parks and it is sooo beautiful. I would love to go to the one at the Grand Canyon.

Susan said...

I liked Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
The Yellowstone River flows near Canyon Junction picture the best. Wow, was it hard to pick just one!

Susan said...

I've been to allmost all the National Parks in Wyoming and Colorado since I grew up in that area. I would like to visit the ones in Washington, Oregon and Maine

ikkinlala said...

I love the Sequoia National Park, California photo (http://www.waterandsky.com/store/details/252_Sequoia-National-Park--California). Too many gorgeous choices, though!

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ikkinlala said...

I haven't been to any American national parks yet, but I'd love to visit some someday - especially Denali and Yellowstone.

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MUM said...

The Book Pixie told me about this contest. I'd love to win this magnificent book.

I really loved Rainfall on Summer Grass

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MUM said...

+1 I've been to Great Smokey Mountains National Park. It's very beautiful up there.

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MUM said...

+1 Tweeted: http://twitter.com/utah91960/status/6675276218

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~The Book Pixie said...

Photography is my passion and I would just love to add this book to my personal library.

I just love Fern springs. The colors and smoothness of the water are so beautiful and it has great composition. Really is hard to choose just one though.

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~The Book Pixie said...

+1 I've never been to a National Park but would love to go to Yellowstone and Denali.

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~The Book Pixie said...

+1 Tweeted: http://twitter.com/thebookpixie/status/6675866729

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~The Book Pixie said...

+1 Sent MUM to enter

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