Schiffer Publishing Back Roads of the Great Plains: Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and the Dakotas

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Experience the hidden byways of America's prairies, steppes and grasslands in Back Roads of the Great Plains, as captured by the unerring eye of landscape photographer and educator David Skernick.

  • Features

    • 116 art images document Great Plains landscapes as few people have seen them
    • Travelers, photographers and environmental enthusiasts will appreciate these remote shots of Route 66, fields, farms, natural wonders and wildlife
    • Appendix includes exposure, equipment and panorama statistics for every image

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    From the publisher:

    Covering Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska and the Dakotas, these unforgettable panoramic images place the viewer directly into our country's vast interior, containing wild bison, longhorn cattle, freight trains, abandoned homesteads and agricultural patterns with startling geometries.

    The journey also passes through parts of the iconic Route 66 that most travelers never see. David Skernick, who leads photography workshops nationwide, lets us in on his camera strategies, with an appendix listing exposure, equipment and panorama statistics for each image—enough to satisfy even the most technology-minded photographer.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Travel

    Photography

    Dimensions

    9.1 x 8.1 inches

    Author(s)

    David Skernick

    Number of Pages

    176

    Format

    Hardcover

    ISBN-13

    9780764361869

    Publisher

    Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

    Copyright Year

    2021

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