The Nature of Vermont: A Year-Long Photographic Journalby David Middleton
From mayfly to moose and from mountainside to roadside, a celebration of the natural world in one of America's premier outdoor destinations.Unlike its overdeveloped neighbors to the south, east, and west, Vermont remains very much a state of nature. Tourists come from around the world in pursuit of snow, trout streams, fall colors, deer, moose, mountains, and forest. David Middleton, a nationally recognized outdoor photogra-pher, captures this natural world from familiar haunts like the top of Mount Killington to the seldom seen wilds of the fabled Northeast Kingdom. Black bears, bobcats, fishers, redpolls, snow geese, and snapping turtles all populate the landscapebe it a summer stand of trees draped in verdant green or the flaming red foliage of a hillside in autumna world where the forest floor is carpeted with wild trillium and elegant lady's slippers. The Nature of Vermont brings this stunningly beautiful landscape to your living room, from panoramic overlooks to the finest details of an owl's feathers. This year-long journal of words and photographs takes the reader through this natural world as the color of life bursts forth in the spring and goes to rest with the last display of spectacular fall foliage. 150 color photographs.
About the Author:
: David Middleton is the author of several books including The Nature of America. He conducts outdoor photography workshops across the country. He lives in Danby, Vermont.
- Countryman Press, The
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 10.80(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.66(d)
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >