Colorado Wild and Beautiful

photography by Glenn Randall

text by Glenn Randall

published by Farcountry Press

  • Photographer Glenn Randall presents 122 images culled from 30 years of exploring the Centennial State. Working primarily with a large-format, 4x5 field camera that captures amazing detail, Randall has compiled an extraordinary portrait of a remarkably diverse place. Traveling on foot, snowshoes, skis, and rafts, Randall brings us images of Colorado's most remote corners as well as its historical sites, wildlife, and outdoor adventurers. From the 14,000-foot peaks to the deep and sinuous canyons, Randall presents a joyous celebration of a unique state.

120 pages, 10 1/2'' x 12'', 122 color photos, 14 hardcovers per case, Smythe-sewn

ISBN 10: 156037358X
ISBN 13: 9781560373582


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Colorado Wild and Beautiful

"Columbine, heartleaf arnica, and Indian paintbrush flower beneath Mount Toll in the Indian Peaks Wilderness near Boulder. The peak's name commemorates Roger Toll, superintendent of Rocky Mountain National Park from 1921-1929. Toll was instrumental in adding the Never Summer Mountains to Rocky Mountain National Park, but he failed in his efforts to add the Indian Peaks."
-from page 119

"Long House, on Wetherill Mesa in Mesa Verde National Park, is the park's second-;largest cliff dwelling. Construction began around A.D. 1200. Pots of pollen similar to those used in modern Pueblo ceremonies were found at the site, leading some archaeologists to speculate that Long House was built for ceremonial purposes, perhaps in an effort to reverse a long drought. -from page 90

 align= Glenn Randall's images have been published in numerous publications, from National Geographic Adventure to New York Times magazine. Randall is also an accomplished writer who has authored seven books and more than 200 magazine articles.

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