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THE SACRED LANDSCAPE (Signed)

Lehrman, Frederic

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ISBN 10: 0890875383 / ISBN 13: 9780890875384
Published by Celestial Arts, Berkeley, 1988
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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The special slip-cased edition. Original pictorial & gilt-stamped 4to cloth (no dj issued with this edition) in custom slipcase with silk ribbon. 128pp. Fabulously illustrated with landscape photographs from famous photographers, mainly in color but some in b/w. Long & warm recent inscription to ____ and ____ & dated/signed by Lehrman. The selection was made by Lehrman and fully credited, & he wrote the original text, along with selecting verses from various sources. A paeon to "Mother Earth" and all that is beautiful in nature in the world. Fine in slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # SHEL715

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Title: THE SACRED LANDSCAPE (Signed)

Publisher: Celestial Arts, Berkeley

Publication Date: 1988

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Signed: Inscribed by Author(s)

Edition: Special Edition

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Areas of striking beauty and power held sacred by humankind exist throughout the world. From Machu Picchu and Glastonbury to Haleakala and Delphi, SACRED LANDSCAPE takes us on an unforgettable journey to these sacred spots. Page after page is filled with full-color photographs and stirring prose from some of the world's finest writers and photographers, including Galen Rowell, Paul Caponigro, Art Wolfe, John Muir, and Gary Snyder to name a few. An inspiring portrait of our precious planet, SACRED LANDSCAPE evokes the magic of these special places and reveals possibilities for relating to the earth in new and wondrous ways.

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FREDRIC LEHRMAN is the director of Nomad University, an international network of outstanding teachers. He has been a trainer, lecturer, and consultant in the arts, psychology, and cultural trend analysis in business and private practice. His interest in sacred sites has taken him on extensive tours of the world's most remote, awe-inspiring places. He makes his home and keeps his musical instruments in Seattle, Washington.

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