Fast Moving Water: Images and Essays from the Hoh River

Fast Moving Water: Images and Essays from the Hoh River
  • Hardcover
  • 143 pages
  • Fast Moving Water: Images and Essays from the Hoh River
  • Keith D. Lazelle
  • English
  • 10 February 2019
  • 1933245107

About the Author: Keith D. Lazelle

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Fast Moving Water: Images and Essays from the Hoh River✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Fast Moving Water: Images and Essays from the Hoh River By Keith D. Lazelle ⚣ – Johndore.co.uk This collection of images and essays takes you on a tour of a last great American river, from its headwaters to the sea They trace the importance of the Hoh River, both ecologically and culturally, in This collection of images and essays Water: Images ePUB ´ takes you on a tour of a last great American river, from its headwaters to the sea They trace the importance of the Hoh River, both ecologically and culturally, in its unique geographical and historical context Through varied perspectives including those of tribal chief, homestead family descendant, logger, fishing guide, environmentalist, scientist, politician, artist, and these essays portray deeply passionate connections to the river Stunning images by renowned Fast Moving PDF or nature photographer Keith Lazelle bring this remote river wilderness to life, from its source high atop , ft Mt Olympus through one of the world s last intact temperate rain forests to its mouth along Washington s rugged Pacific coast.

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7 thoughts on “Fast Moving Water: Images and Essays from the Hoh River

  1. Wendy Feltham says:

    I m surprised to be the first to review this beautiful book on Goodreads, even though it must have been published in limited release by the Hoh River Trust The photography by Keith Lazelle is exquisite, and his images of rushing water, fish, elk, moss, trees, and a few people capture the serenity and complexity of the Hoh River The text is divided into chapters written by different authors, some fishing guides, others environmental activists, and others people whose families have lived by the I m surprised to be the first to review this beautiful book on Goodreads, even though it must have been published in limited release by the Hoh River Trust The photography by Keith Lazelle is exquisite, and his images of rushing water, fish, elk, moss, trees, and a few people capture the serenity and complexity of the Hoh River The text is divided into chapters written by different authors, some fishing guides, others environmental activists, and others people whose families have lived by the Hoh for generations or even millennia Each author writes in an authentic voice filled with respect for the Hoh I want to leave this book on the table in my living room so I can page through it frequently