For this book, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jack W. Dykinga and author Charles Bowden travelled to the Escalente River system and Paria Canyon on the borders of Utah and Arizona to reveal a land endowed with historic and natural gifts, and yet relatively unknown.
A new paperback edition of an illustrated exploration of two stunning canyons of the Colorado Plateau in Arizona. In glorious photographs and stirring text, Stone Canyons depicts two canyons just north of the Grand Canyon National Park. This red rock country is among the most stark and beautiful natural wildernesses remaining in North America. First published in hardback in Spring, 1996 (0 8109 4468 5).
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Jack W. Dykinga's photographs have been published in major magazines, and Charles Bowden is thre author of numerous non-fiction books. They collaborated on the Abeams' title, The Sonoran Desert (0 8109 2669 5)
Stone Canyons of Colorado Plateau by Jack Dykinga
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