By: Claude Fiddler
120 pages, Col photos
The Great Basin in America's west is one of the very few places that has remained a true wilderness. Primitive fish - long believed extinct - swim in its lakes, and entirely new species of insects and plants are found among its mountains and deserts. Acclaimed photographer Claude Fiddler portrays this vast vestige with his characteristic gift of composition and light.
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