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Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer (Hardcover)

Hugh Morton

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ISBN 10: 0807830739 / ISBN 13: 9780807830734
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Hardcover. Hugh Morton has seldom been seen in his adult life without a camera around his neck. Much to the benefit of his beloved home state, he has crisscrossed North Carolina, from highlands to lo.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 158 pages. 0.835. Bookseller Inventory # 9780807830734

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Title: Hugh Morton: North Carolina Photographer (...

Binding: Hardcover

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Hugh Morton was seldom seen in his adult life without a camera around his neck. Much to the benefit of his beloved home state, he crisscrossed North Carolina, from highlands to lowlands, recording nearly every step along the way. While many of his photographs of the state's people, places, and events were collected in Hugh Morton's North Carolina, this new book showcases a generous collection of his signature wildlife and nature photography and includes a few of the photographer's favorite pictures of people and events that were not included in the first volume.

The scenic and nature photographs are organized geographically, from the mountains to the coast. Revealing Morton's curiosity about and love of the natural world, photographs feature woodland creatures, waterfalls, beaches, and more. Some images will be familiar to those who live or travel in North Carolina. Many of the photographs here have been recovered from deep within Morton's personal archive, bringing to print some long-hidden treasures. Consisting of 162 photographs, this collection is a rich and rewarding display of North Carolina's natural bounty as it evolved before the eyes of one of the state's most popular photographers.

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"From the Mile High Swinging Bridge on Grandfather Mountain to the magnificent Bonner Bridge at Oregon Inlet, Hugh Morton's. . . book reminds us yet again of his remarkable life and countless contributions to the state of North Carolina"-- Transylvania Times

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