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Bhutan: Between Heaven and Earth


Photographs by Mary Peck

From visits to this Himalayan kingdom totaling seven months from 1999 to 2005, Mary Peck's fifty-six black-and-white photographs command attention and allow the reader to look at the landscapes, people, ceremonies, and architecture as if witnessed firsthand.


ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS

Mary Peck has been photographing landscape in various parts of the world for more than thirty-five years. Her work has been exhibited widely and her photographs are held in many collections. She is the principal author and photographer of Chaco Canyon: A Center and Its World (Museum of New Mexico Press).

ACCLAIM

"Mary Peck photographed Bhutan on treks made in the country on different trips between 1999 and 2005. . . . The book is full of pictures and written descriptions that evoke a life in which the reality of the natural and organic is ever present."

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Pasatiempo



Published By Merlin Press


12 x 9.5 in. 144 pages 56 duotone images