Snake River Discovered
Source to Confluence

by Kirk Anderson

text by Doug Copsey

published by Kirk Anderson Photography

  • The 1,040-mile Snake River gets the star treatment in Snake River Discovered: Source to Confluence, the newest book by landscape photographer Kirk Anderson. Six essays by Idaho writer Doug Copsey provide the historical and geographic context for more than 200 of Anderson’s rich, color images. Anderson’s four years of documenting the Snake River took him along the Grand Tetons, Henry’s Fork River, the Snake River Plain, Hells Canyon, and the Palouse, all the way to the Snake’s confluence with the Columbia River at Tri-Cities, Washington. These exquisite photographs, captured from banks, boat, and sky, provide a comprehensive view of the wildlife, human activity, and marvelous views surrounding this mighty waterway.

224 pages, 12, 237 color photos, 8 hardcovers per case, hardcover

ISBN 10: 0977442748
ISBN 13: 9780977442744





Snake River Discovered
Source to Confluence

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Kirk Anderson align= Kirk Anderson calls the Rocky Mountains home. He has been photographing the American West since 1974, constantly observing the many moods of this dramatic landscape. The inspiration for Kirk’s work is found in the raw elements of nature. He is always looking for the essential elements of light, season, and weather to work their magic. Kirk’s projects take him to many beautiful and inspiring locations around the globe. His new work includes waterside studies of docks, jetties, wharfs, and even Victorian piers in the UK. A select group of corporate clients utilize Kirk’s unique vision when scheduling and travel allow. Kirk resides in Ketchum, Idaho, with his wife, Hillary, and their lab, Blue.

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