Item description for Images: Jack Dykinga's Grand Canyon by Jack Dykinga, Charles Bowden & Wayne Ranney...
The stunning vistas of the Grand Canyon come alive through the photography of Pulitzer Prize winner Jack Dykinga. Complementing the photography, award-winning writers Charles Bowden and Wayne Ranney offer unique perspectives on the Canyon's magnificent beauty and the theories surrounding its fascinating formation.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 11" Height: 11" Weight: 2.5 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2008
Publisher Arizona Highways
ISBN 1932082875 ISBN13 9781932082876
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More About Jack Dykinga, Charles Bowden & Wayne Ranney
Jack Dykinga's photographic style blends fine art photography and documentary photojournalism. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1971 for Feature Photography, and is a regular contributor to "Arizona Highways" and "National Geographic" magazines. He has published nine wilderness advocacy books, including "Frog Mountain Blues, The Sonoran Desert, Stone Canyons of the Colorado Plateau", and "Desert: The Mojave and Death Valley". He also authored and photographed "Large Format Nature Photography", a guide to color landscape photography. Other books include "ARIZONA", a compellation of Dykinga's best Arizona images, and "IMAGES: Jack Dykinga's Grand Canyon", which reflects his love for this fantastic location. Dykinga's fine art images have been displayed at the Center for Creative Photography, and the Museum of Northern Arizona. They were also featured along with the work of Ansel Adams in an "Arizona Highways" retrospective at the Phoenix Art Museum. In April 2010, the International League of Conservation Photographers selected Jack's image, "Stone Canyon", as one of the forty best Nature Photographs of all time. He also received the Outstanding Photographer of the Year Award from the Nature Photographers of North America in 2011. And Jack was recently named by "Outdoor Photography" magazine as one of the 40 most influential nature photographers. Jack has donated his talents to the International League of Conservation Photographers' RAVEs (Rapid Assessment Visual Expeditions) in Mexico, Chile, Canada and the U.S. At each RAVE, Jack joins teams of celebrated photographers from all over the world to highlight potential environmental degradation. He and his wife, Margaret, live in Tucson, Arizona.
Jack Dykinga currently resides in Tuscon, in the state of Arizona.