Reflecting the marvelous alchemy of earth, wind, fire, and water enacted over countless centuries, Reichman's meditative text and Mulligan's stunning color photographs reveal a wondrously diverse state. Ranging across both widely known and unfamiliar forests and prairies, rivers and lakes, geological formations and botanical splendors, they celebrate this diversity.
Featured in these pages are the sunlit bluffs of the Arikaree River, the Red Hills beneath a winter sky, the meandering Chikaskia River, Castle Rock, Pillsbury Crossing, Keyhole Arch in Monument Rocks National Landmark, Breidenthal Reserve's oak and hickory forests, sweeping waves of Big Bluestem and spring fires on Konza Prairie, Cimarron National Grasslands, the Mill Creek waterfall, Shermerhorn Cave, the wetlands of Cheyenne Bottoms, and a vast array of blooming phlox, columbine, larkspur, butterfly milkweed, dogwood, and wild rose.
More than any previous work, Living Landscapes of Kansas captures the essence of a state alive with natural beauty.
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 930 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 20 mm
"Steve Mulligan has a gift for capturing the very best of Kansas on film. His extraordinary landscape photos are the next best thing to being there."--Andrea Glenn, editor of Kansas! Magazine
"This book conveys a true sense of the beauty and wonder of the natural landscape of Kansas."--Craig C. Freeman, coauthor of Roadside Wildflowers of the Southern Great Plains
"A fresh and graceful look at the Kansas landscape. O. J. Reichman effectively weaves together geology, botany, biology, and meteorology."--Rex Buchanan, coauthor of Roadside Kansas
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