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The Promise of Peace By Roger German
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This book proposes that though conflict is a natural part of human interaction, war is not. It is time to consider that our children and our grandchildren deserve better than for us to pass on to... More > them that sad, awful legacy. The Promise of Peace points to a future where the vast resources now reserved for war could be used instead for building bridges to a better world.< Less
ROANOKE ABSTRACT (pocket version) By Peter Ganick
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pocket-sized version of photographs, some abstract, taken by Peter Ganick on a visit to Roanoke Virginia USA. taken at the Natural Bridge and on the Blue RIdge Parkway in Oct 2010
ROANOKE ABSTRACT (pocket version) By Peter Ganick
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pocket-sized version of photographs, some abstract, taken by Peter Ganick on a visit to Roanoke Virginia USA. taken at the Natural Bridge and on the Blue RIdge Parkway in Oct 2010
Four Corners / Two Perspectives By Frank Greenagel
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This is a record of a backpacking trip to the Four Corners, focusing on the Anasazi ruins of Chaco, Mesa Verde, Hovenweep Canyon de Chelly, and Natural Bridges. It features luscious photographs by... More > one very familiar with the area and informed commentary on many of the ruins.< Less
Oregon Coast--Water, Boats, Buildings, Birds By Rolf McEwen
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This collection of images illustrates the beauty of the Oregon coast, providing pictures of the sea, the waves, the wind, the water, harbors, boats, masts, ropes, bridges, birds, seagulls, sky,... More > clouds, sea lions, people, places, fun, freedom, travel, and beautiful Nye Beach & Newport.< Less
Singing Stones By Melissa Estes
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Melissa Estes has crafted a collection of story poems that explore honest, fundamental moments in her life. Evocative of Mary Oliver, she grounds many of her insights in the natural world and her... More > prose is clean and thoughtful. She is her own writer, though and explores a range of moments. Some are grave.Some are meditative, “Discovering what was lost isn’t nearly as satisfying as finding something wild.” My husband asks, “What about zebras?” “But they’ve never been tamed, I tell him. You can’t break what refuses to love you. What’s never known caught, doesn’t know free. Not in the deep way that marks bones”. Some are light, “My daughter’s spine in a yogic bridge traces the arching replica of dinosaur bones. Her head tips back for better viewing. Our curly poodle paces curlicues searching out droppings of wilder things”. Her stories are felt moments shared with us lightly, through the lens of their place in the natural world.< Less
Capitol Reef National Monument - NPS By Cliff C. Serrano
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Cathedrals and Slickrock. From Cathedral Valley to miles of slickrock, Capitol Reef National Park was an awe to photograph. Geological features and natural wonders including cliffs, canyons, domes... More > and natural bridges presented an opportunity for capturing this stunning area of Southern Utah and the Western United States.< Less
Beware the Pogonip By Roger Mickelson
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A story about three generations of Native American men as individuals separated from one another by pride. Just as pride has kept these men, grandfather, son, and grandson, apart, it is pride of a... More > different kind that brings them back together. Their heritage takes on new importance to these men and bridges the generations. Once, the grandson Lenny, lived in a self-created fog of cold indifference keeping him distanced from his family and his classmates in school. His father, Lachpikin, worked in construction and lived a fairly solitary life, choosing to avoid social interaction. The grandfather lives far up in the mountains as a hermit in solitude. When Lenny becomes the contemporary recipient of many generations of knowledge passed on from his grandfather, he changes his attitude and softens his heart. Lenny gains a new respect for his people and a love for his father and his grandfather.< Less
A Fine Gray Rain: In the Shadow of Mount Pinatubo By Robert Reynolds
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In 1991 the Philippines’ Mt. Pinatubo near Clark Air Base awoke after 500 years dormancy. Base officials evacuated non-essential personnel to Subic Bay Navy Base. Soon, the first eruption sent... More > ash and gas towering into the sky. A climactic explosion blew the top off the mountain. Day turned into midnight as thick ash blocked the sun and pumice and rock rained down. Aircraft hangars, warehouses and buildings collapsed. Earthquakes repeatedly rattled the area. Simultaneously, typhoon Yunya blew in causing muddy lahars to flood the countryside and sweep away bridges and homes. Volcanic ash buried parts of the base. Similar devastation occurred miles away at the Navy base. Military personnel and their families departed the devastated island via ships. However, some remained to conduct salvage operations before relinquishing the base. It was the 2nd largest volcanic eruption of the century. This is the exhilarating story leading up to this catastrophic event.< Less
A Fine Gray Rain: In the Shadow of Mount Pinatubo By Robert Reynolds
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In 1991 the Philippines’ Mt. Pinatubo near Clark Air Base awoke after 500 years dormancy. Base officials evacuated non-essential personnel to Subic Bay Navy Base. Soon, the first eruption sent... More > ash and gas towering into the sky. A climactic explosion blew the top off the mountain. Day turned into midnight as thick ash blocked the sun and pumice and rock rained down. Aircraft hangars, warehouses and buildings collapsed. Earthquakes repeatedly rattled the area. Simultaneously, typhoon Yunya blew in causing muddy lahars to flood the countryside and sweep away bridges and homes. Volcanic ash buried parts of the base. Similar devastation occurred miles away at the Navy base. Military personnel and their families departed the devastated island via ships. However, some remained to conduct salvage operations before relinquishing the base. It was the 2nd largest volcanic eruption of the century. This is the exhilarating story leading up to this catastrophic event.< Less

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