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Tony Howell loves trees—and on days when the weather report looks promising, he’s often up before dawn, exploring the South West of England in search of ideal subjects for his evocative images. Drawing on inspiration from legendary black & white photographers like Ansel Adams and Paul Strand, Howell’s monotone images strip down his subjects to their essence, elegantly revealing the peace and beauty of nature. These are scenes of trees, both majestic and humble, that make you feel the cool breeze on your neck and listen for the rustling of wind through leaves. In this book, Howell shares his favorite images as well as his reflections on the scenes and some of the stories behind their creation. From evocative abstracts to starkly realistic landscapes, Howell’s images will deepen your appreciation for nature and for the beauty of our planet.
Number of Pages: 128
Genre: Photography, Nature
Author: Tony Howell
Street Date: June 15, 2018
Item Number (DPCI): 248-69-2688
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