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Photographing California : South: A Guide to the Natural Landmarks of the Golden State (Vol 2)
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California offers an incredible diversity of world-class landscapes to explore. Within its 163,700 square miles lie the lowest and highest points in the continental United States, the hottest place on earth, and the oldest life on the planet: Bristlecone pines up to 4,600 years old. Whether your camera is a smartphone or the latest DSLR, this book can help you find the most interesting places. Capturing memorable images just got a lot easier! Whether your interest is mountains or seashores, slot canyons or salt flats, waterfalls, rock formations, sand dunes, lighthouses or historic mining camps, the book will direct you to the best landmarks, at the time when the light is best. The author has done the hard work for you, revealing the best photo hot-spots and saving you the frustration of searching for them yourself.