For 40 years, the late William Meriwether roamed pockets of the Old West, documenting its nature and culture in stunning black and white detail. This reprint of his original publication is, according to Meriwether himself, "devoted to seeing beyond the rules, to presenting an aesthetic perspective which offers infinite alternatives ... "
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About the Author
The son of a trapper who roamed the Flat Tops north of Glenwood, William Meriwether started hiking miles into the backcountry at a young age, taught himself photography, and earned his master of fine arts degree at Adams State College in Alamosa, Colo. He was an expert at the rare and complex platinum printmaking process, and was a longtime respected photography professor. He hosted more than 40 television programs for PBS and was included in a book with Ansel Adams’ work.