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Terra Incognita: Photographs of America's Third Coast

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it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Until recent catastrophic events, little attention was paid to the landscape and ecology of the American Gulf Coast. Acclaimed photographer Richard Sexton's evocative black-and-white images capture this often-overlooked terrainthrowing into haunting relief the marshes, forests, and bayous from the Mississippi River to the Florida Panhandle. Sexton focuses on the intersecti ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published August 9th 2007 by Chronicle Books
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Myriam
Apr 25, 2008 Myriam rated it it was amazing
Newly transplanted to the area of the Gulf Coast, this book speaks to me in its title and its images. I'd seen the book a few times before I bought it. The image that convinced me to add it to my shelves: a dyptich: on one side, a bar of soap after a New Orleans rain; on the other, an oyster shell found in Grayton Beach, Florida...it's hard to tell one from the other. Images of the swamps are haunting and the layout is beautifully done.
Sam B-R
Jun 22, 2008 Sam B-R rated it it was amazing
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somewhere there is a quote by kant about how trees embody the sublime. this book does just that.
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