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By: Michio Hoshino
160 pages, 145 colour photos
Michio Hoshino travelled from his native Japan to Alaska in 1972 for what was intended to be a short two-week visit. He stayed for three months. Having found a deep affinity with the region, he returned to live in Alaska in 1978, undertaking a lifelong career as a naturalist and photographer. For his images and his deep commitment to and curiosity about Alaska, he is still widly considered the preeminent photographer of the Alaskan wilderness. This book is a welcome and long overdue collection of his best photographs, as well as a dozen short excerpts from his writing.
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