Texas
A Photographic Journey


photography by Kathy Adams Clark
and Larry Ditto

text by Gary Clark

  • The Lone Star State shines in Texas: A Photographic Journey, by award-winning photographers Kathy Adams Clark and Larry Ditto, with captions by Houston Chronicle columnist Gary Clark. These three Texans guide readers on a grand tour from the Panhandle to the Gulf Coast and from Big Bend to the Piney Woods. Get a taste of West Texas: see the Pecos River, ghost towns, and the Hill Country; paddle Santa Elena Canyon and hike Big Bend National Park. Visit East Texas’ Big Thicket and the Panhandle’s longhorns. Then head down south for Gulf-style fishing, birdwatching, and beachcombing. With views of everything from moss-shaded bayous to the stately Alamo, these splendid color photographs are a true Texas experience.



80 pages, 9 1/8, 105 color photos, 50 softcovers per case

softcover
ISBN 10: 1-56037-591-4
ISBN 13: 978-1-56037-591-3
$12.95

RELEASE DATE
Feburary 2014

 

 

 

 


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A Photographic Journey

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Kathy Adams Clark has worked as a professional nature photographer since 1995. Her photos have been published in many magazines, calendars, and books, including Portrait of Houston (2012, Farcountry Press). Her images have also appeared with her husband Gary’s weekly nature column in the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express News. Kathy is a past president of the North American Nature Photography Association. She teaches photography and is a popular speaker at local and national events. Kathy remains a proud native Texan; her family settled in Texas in 1845.
Larry Ditto is retired from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System, where he served as a Refuge Manager for twenty-nine years. Now a full-time nature photographer based in McAllen, Texas, his photographs have appeared in many national outdoor and conservation magazines, books, and calendars for forty years. Larry is a native Texan and has family roots in Texas dating back to 1872.
Gary Clark is the weekly nature columnist for the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express News and a professor at Lone Star College–North Harris. The winner of eight writing awards, he also publishes feature articles in state and national magazines and has written four books, including two with Farcountry Press: Texas Wildlife Portfolio and Texas Gulf Coast Impressions. Gary, whose family came to Texas in 1842, has been active in the Texas birding community for over thirty-five years. He currently sits on the board of advisors for the Houston Audubon Society and Gulf Coast Bird Observatory.


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