Landscape Photography Blogger
Philip Hyde, a student of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, helped establish color landscape photography as a fine art. His photographs appeared in more environmental campaigns than any other photographer. This blog, written by his son, David Leland Hyde, covers Philip Hyde and other masters of the medium in interviews, travel logs, environmental news, campaigns, wilderness preservation, and the history of photography.
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(Regular Blog Posts Begin Below This Holiday Announcement) Now Available While Supplies Last… “Authorized Edition” Collector’s Museum Graphics Greeting Cards Perfect For The Holidays… Of “Lava, Flowers, Craters Of The Moon National Monument, Idaho, 1983″ ...1 day ago
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