Portrait of San Francisco

by Chuck Haney

photography by Chuck Haney

published by Farcountry Press

  • Featuring nationally acclaimed photographer Chuck Haney, this handsome coffee-table book beautifully showcases California's legendary City by the Bay. With 145 stunning color photographs, Haney celebrates the golden city's iconic landmarks and attractions, diverse people and neighborhoods, and her dazzling cityscapes and breathtaking bay views. In this gorgeous, large-format book, you'll see why people leave their hearts in San Francisco.

120 pages, 10 1/2" x 10", 148 color photos, 12 hardcovers per case, smythe-sewn, with dust jacket

ISBN 10: 1560375787
ISBN 13: 9781560375784


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Portrait of San Francisco

Glowing in the first light of day, the Golden Gate Bridge's 1.7-mile, International Orange-painted span links San Francisco with Marin County to the north. "The mighty task is done," the bridge's engineer, Joseph P. Strauss, titled the poem he wrote to commemorate the bridge's opening in 1937. Mighty it was: the bridge took four years and $35 million (over $1 billion in today's dollars) to complete, and also cost eleven lives. Over the years it's been destroyed in numerous movies - attacked by a giant octopus in 1955's It Came From Beneath The Sea and swamped by a tsunami in 2015's San Andreas.
-from page 7

A peaceful respite from the busy city, the green, misty, fern-carpeted coast redwood groves of Marin County's Muir Woods National Monument contains trees that rise 250 feet tall. Scientifically dubbed Sequoia sempervirens ("ever-living" for their up-to-2,000-years lifespan), coast redwoods are found only in a narrow band along the Pacific from southwest Oregon to Big Sur, California.
-from page 58

Chuck Haney align= Chuck Haney is a professional freelance photographer and writer based in beautiful Whitefish, Montana. He travels extensively across the United States and Canada in pursuit of the finest and most intriguing images. His provocative use of natural light in landscape, wildlife and outdoor sports images have drawn national acclaim and have landed him many assignments including advertising campaigns. Chuck's finest images grace the walls of many residential and public spaces. His travel and outdoor lifestyle articles have been featured in numerous national and regional publications; adding to thirteen coffee table books, over 190 magazine covers, and sole-photographer calendars to his credit. Chuck enjoys teaching a series of popular photography workshops across the country each year.

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