It is rare that the soul and presentation of a book truly mirror and celebrate its subject matter. Listen to the Trees, John Sexton's homage to these stately and eloquent voices of nature, accomplishes this mission. Photographs of trees are the heart of Sexton's work, and the luminous images in this collection embody the distinctive vision he has developed by listening closely to the natural world. From the quiet dignity of eucalyptus bark enfolding in its cycle of renewal to the sweeping grace of a mature aspen forest, ...
It is rare that the soul and presentation of a book truly mirror and celebrate its subject matter. Listen to the Trees, John Sexton's homage to these stately and eloquent voices of nature, accomplishes this mission. Photographs of trees are the heart of Sexton's work, and the luminous images in this collection embody the distinctive vision he has developed by listening closely to the natural world. From the quiet dignity of eucalyptus bark enfolding in its cycle of renewal to the sweeping grace of a mature aspen forest, these photographs brilliantly evoke the essence of trees - their primeval strength, their beauty, and their serenity. Stewart L. Udall's introduction and James Baker's essay provide intriguing insights into our contemporary, historical, and mythological relationship with trees. The portfolio of images is coupled with inspiring excerpts from prose and poetry by an eclectic group of writers, among them Father Thomas Berry, Black Elk, Robinson Jeffers, Starhawk, and Minor White.
Near Fine Condition in Near Fine jacket. Inscribed by Author. Boards are square, flat and clean. Tight binding. Dust jacket has very minor shelf wear. Has been placed in removable protective cover. Text body is clean and unmarked. Slight age tone along top edge of pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Photography; Inscribed by Author. ISBN: 0821219529. ISBN/EAN: 9780821219522. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 52251.
Fine in Near fine jacket. Signed by Sexton! Second printing, 1995, hardcover with black cloth boards in dust jacket, oblong quarto, 91pp., illustrated in b&w. Book fine, binding tight, text clean bright and unmarked. DJ near fine with mild rubbing. With special announcement pamphlet laid in.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. Audience: General/trade. First edition, hard cover. Both book and dustcover are in pristine condition. 100% of proceeds benefit nonprofit Friends of the Camarillo Library Bookstore.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Signed and warmly Inscribed by Photographer. First Edition. Hardcover, dust jacket, 91 pp, b&w plates, exhibit card laid-in, very slight edgewear to jacket, else a nice, clean and near fine copy.
First edition. Oblong hardcover. First printing. Introduction by Stewart L. Udall. Essay by James Baker. Includes 53 duotones. A very near fine copy in a very near fine dust jacket. Signed and inscribed by Sexton on the half title page to a close friend and fellow photographer. A very nice copy.
As new in as new d.j. with Brodart cover. Signed. 10 3/4 x 12 in. Black boards with silver and blind stamped lettering. Beautifully illustrated with the author's b/w photographs. 91 pp. Signed by John Sexton on the half title page. A perfect copy of this important title. Selling books on line for 8 years. We provide fast reliable service. All our books are guaranteed.
Signed by Author NEW/NEW. Large oblong black cloth boards. Silvered, double weight gloss photographic jacket. SIGNED by AUTHOR on half-title page. A superb copy. As a nature/environmental photographer Sexton worked with Ansel Adams from 1979-1984 and continued as the Photographic Special Projects Consultant to the Ansel Adams Photographic Trust. His B & W images are as striking as Adams's and as progressive in new directions as the Environmental Movement itself. Large publication. International orders with pre-approved added shipping only. Contact seller before ordering to establish shipping fees. [B213]
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