Wild Shots: A Photographer's Life in Alaska

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Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.55
Publisher
Mountaineers Books
Publish Date
Pages
256
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.8 X 9.3 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781680512274
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About the Author

Tom Walker has lived in Alaska for fifty years and is the author of more than a dozen books centered on his adopted home. A freelance photographer and writer, his work has been published in Alaska Magazine, Field and Stream, Readers' Digest, Newsweek, Audubon, Sierra, and many other regional and national publications. Tom lives in Denali Park.

Reviews

If Alaska were to elect an ambassador for its wildlife, I'd vote for Tom Walker. This book is his resume; a wonderful tribute to fifty years of patience, knowledge, artistry, and respect--especially respect.--Kim Heacox, author of Jimmy Bluefeather
Among Alaska photographers, writers, and naturalists, Tom Walker is an inspiration to us all. His encyclopedic knowledge, impeccable craftsmanship, unassuming character, and rock-solid integrity are on full display in Wild Shots--a must-read, must-see book for all lovers of Alaska.--Nick Jans, author of A Wolf Called Romeo
Tom Walker has published numerous books, on everything from wildlife to mountaineering history. In his new memoir, he turns the lens on himself for a rich romp through an adventurous life.--Alaska: The Magazine of Life on the Last Frontier
Wild Shots can be said to amount to a work of philosophy, an examination of a life that reveres other life, studies it in often uncomfortable circumstances, and achieves a kind of blissful satisfaction with a realized image.--Nancy Lord "Anchorage Daily News "
Stories to fascinate anyone who loves the outdoors.... These tales and images from years in the backcountry give insight into a living landscape that only a few hardy souls get to experience closely--and serve as a worthy testament to a naturalist's life well lived.--Laurence Marschall "Natural History "