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Monument Valley: Navajo Nation Natural Wonder

Monument Valley: Navajo Nation Natural Wonder

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Monument Valley: Navajo Nation Natural Wonder

Länge:
128 Seiten
33 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
May 26, 2015
ISBN:
9780944197028
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

Features and reviews in regional and national photography media.
Photographer regional events.
Highlighted in David Muench’s social media, website, and marketi
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
May 26, 2015
ISBN:
9780944197028
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

David Muench is a landscape and nature photographer known for portraying the American western landscape for half a century. He is the primary photographer for more than fifty books and his work appears in many magazines, posters, and private collections. His 4 x 5 large format camera is as much a part of him as his innovative eye. He has lately been experimenting with digital cameras as a result of his work photographing World Heritage Sites for UNESCO and Panasonic. For him, every photograph is a journey in perception, an exploration in seeing.


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Text © 1992, 2015 by Anne Markward.

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Contents

Preface

David Muench

Rhythms of the Land:

AN INTERPRETIVE ESSAY

Anne Markward

Monument Valley:

A PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION

David Muench

ABOUT THE IMAGES

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER BELOW EAR OF THE WIND

EVENING BUTTES

ICONIC BUTTES AFTER PASSING STORM

Preface

Several years ago my wife, Ruth, and I visited Goulding’s Trading Post Museum in Monument Valley. I wanted to show her the place I had known as Harry and Mike Goulding’s home, a place that offered me entrance into the astonishing world of Monument Valley.

It was a warm, inviting home. The Gouldings, who had come to Monument Valley as traders in 1924, became a vital part of the Navajo community in which they lived. In welcoming my parents and me into their world, they provided the small child I was with what I now understand as among the most powerful of my formative experiences.

The friendship my photographer father and writer mother shared with the Gouldings ensured my parents traveled often to Monument Valley. My parents’ passion for the landscape, and the people who lived in it, deeply influenced me. And the world the Gouldings laid before me was enthralling. As I grew older, I sometimes traveled the area with Harry when he went to visit Navajo families and old friends, or toured with him and Navajo guides as he drove his jeep to areas he’d heard about but hadn’t seen. Unconsciously, I was connecting with the great Navajo homeland. While I was taking it in as a boy, beginning to see it as the photographer I would become, I don’t think I missed much of it. The monolithic forms of rock, the ever-changing light, the play of sand and

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