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Marsh Mission Capturing the Vanishing Wetlands

Art / Photobook
By: CC Lockwood and Rhea Gary
120 pages, 100 colour plates
Marsh Mission
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A native of Louisiana, RHEA GARY is a professional artist who has studied painting in France, Ireland, and Italy, as well as in the United States under Wolf Kahn. She lives in Baton Rouge. C. C. LOCKWOOD is an award-winning natural history photographer who lives in Baton Rouge with his wife, Sue. Among his many other photography books are Around the Bend: A Mississippi River Adventure and Beneath the Rim: A Photographic Journey Through the Grand Canyon.

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Art / Photobook
By: CC Lockwood and Rhea Gary
120 pages, 100 colour plates
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