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Photographing Washington
a Guide to the Natural Landmarks of the Evergreen State

A must for everyone with a Passion for Travel & Photography!

by Greg Vaughn

ISBN-13: 978-0916189198

 Photographing Washington covers the most photogenic natural locations—and a few man-made ones—in Washington, The Evergreen State. Covering the entire state, from the rugged coastline to Puget Sound and islands in the Salish Sea, through the Columbia River Gorge and over the Cascade Mountains, across the Columbia Plateau to mountains and valleys on the eastern border. Come explore coastal cliffs and beaches, lighthouses, wildlife refuges, gardens, waterfalls, verdant valleys, volcanic peaks, sagebrush-steppe desert, the rugged terrain of the Channeled Scablands and the gently rolling hills of the Palouse.

  • 320 pages of great information for everyone; no need to be a photographer
  • 230+ full color photographs, to previsualize most of the sites
  • Hundreds of locations, including the best spots and how to get there
  • All the major national parks, monuments and state parks
  • Clear and precise directions provided for seldom seen and hard-to-find sites
  • Lots of travel tips not usually found in traditional guidebooks
  • Where, when and how to get the best shots
  • Valuable tips on composition, exposure and hard-to-shoot scenery
  • Comprehensive ratings for each location (interest, difficulty, etc.) 

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