Item #: 471
This is a study of the beauty and grandeur of Yosemite National Park - a place that attracts some four million visitors each year for a variety of reasons, including rock climbing, backpacking, and sight seeing Author Kenneth Brower discusses many aspects of the park, from its plants and animals to its geology and history. His essay is illustrated with more than 120 full-color photographs that depict Yosemite in all its moods. Interestingly, the sense of the author is optimistic: 'The message of Yosemite is not how badly the park is run, but how well. The book is handsomely designed and produced by the National Geographic Society.
200 pages, softcover, illustrated in color, published 1997
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