Seattle
A Photographic Journey


photography by Terry Donnelly
and Joel W. Rogers

  • Seattle culture, color, and charm grace the pages of Seattle: A Photographic Journey, the first book in a new photography book series from award-winning publisher Farcountry Press. With work from Seattle natives Joel Rogers and Terry Donnelly, the 81 color photographs represent a combined 45 years of photography experience.

    From the water and air, on the ground and underground, Donnelly and Rogers capture the energy and warmth of the Emerald City. Get a sense of Seattle’s love of beaches and boats of all shapes and size, its Native American and Asian heritage, and the world-class art and entertainment that keeps visitors coming back for more. The brilliant colors of Seattle: A Photographic Journey highlight the places that make Seattle great: neon-lit Pike Place Market, lush parks, fascinating museums, and cozy floating homes.

    Join Donnelly and Rogers on a city-sized odyssey through this Pacific Northwest prize.



80 pages, 9 1/8, 81 color photos, 50 softcovers per case

softcover
ISBN 10: 1-56037-582-5
ISBN 13: 978-1-56037-582-1
$12.95

RELEASE DATE
January 2014

 

 

 

 


Seattle
A Photographic Journey

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 align= Terry Donnelly lives on Vashon Island in the heart of Puget Sound with his wife and photographic partner Mary Liz Austin. Over the past twenty-seven years their photographic travels have taken them to many dramatic locations across North America, Europe, and the South Pacific.

The images of Donnelly-Austin Photography are regularly licensed by book, magazine, calendar, and card publishers, including Sierra Club, Audubon, Barnes and Noble, Hallmark, National Geographic Books, Reader’s Digest, and Brown Trout Publishers. They also lead selective photography workshops.

See more of Terry’s work at www.donnelly-austin.com or on Facebook.

 align= Joel W. Rogers is a quintessential Seattleite. Born and raised in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, he is the proud son of a ship captain and grandson of Swedish immigrants. He has sampled all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer, including time as a timber cruiser, tugboat sailor, and halibut fisherman. These experiences were the seeds of his writing and photography, which have been his passion for 28 years. In return, his freelance success has given him a seasoned perspective on this vibrant, ever-changing city.

Joel is the author and photographer of award-winning books and articles covering adventure travel, outdoor sports, world trade, and environmental concerns in the Pacific Northwest. He has worked with Canoe & Kayak, Hemispheres, Islands, Men’s Journal, Outside, Seattle Metropolitan, Sunset, Alaska Airlines, the National Geographic Society, The Nature Conservancy, Graphic Arts Books, Houghton Mifflin, Sasquatch Books, and W.W. Norton.

Joel can be reached through his website at www.joelrogers.com.


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