|Author:||Robert E Cook,Professor John Updike,Richard Cheek|
|Title:||Land of the Commonwealth: A Portrait of the Conserved Landscapes of Massachusetts|
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|ePUB size:||1460 kb|
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|Category:||Photography and Video|
|Publisher:||University of Massachusetts Press; First Edition edition (October 1, 2000)|
Spectacular color photographs of the . million acres of land in Massachusetts that are permanently protected from development. Each turn of the page reveals another exceptional view. It's easy to take gorgeous landscape photos of New England in Autumn, but Richard Creek goes far beyond that. The lighting, cloud conditions, reflections, and seasonal conditions bring out the most in each photograph. I want to frame each one and hang it on my walls, or better still, visit each place and hope to see and capture a similar moment. I hope Mr. Creek follows up with a series of other states.
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A Portrait of the Conserved Landscapes of Massachusetts. Captivating color photographs of the protected landscapes of Massachusetts. Photography by Richard Cheek. Land of the Commonwealth is the first photographic book devoted exclusively to the conserved landscapes of a single state. It is both a visual introduction to the diverse natural and cultural sites that have been protected and a tribute to the accomplishments of all those who have worked to safeguard Massachusetts's rich landscape heritage. If Massachusetts, one of the longest-settled and most populous of the states, remains one of the most livable, one reason is the formation, over a century ago, of a group of citizens whose public spirit dedicated itself to the acquisition of bits of scenery as country parks for the growing and crowded masses of greater Boston.
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At 32 years of age, John Updike became the youngest person to get elected to the ‘National Institute of Arts and Letters’. George H. W Bush presented him with the ‘National medal of Art’ in 1989 and the ‘National Medal for the Humanities’ by . Bush in 2003. This great writer of English literature died on 27th January 2009 in Beverly Farms, Massachusetts. Jonathan Safran Foer.