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Mark Ulriksen

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Secrets and Tips from a Pulitzer-prize Winning Photographer

David Hume Kennerly with a Foreword by Ed O'Neill

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Matthew Jordan Smith

$39.95
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The Photography of Trey Ratcliff

Michelle Bogre

Eric Davis

Jordan Crandall

Clayton Morris

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Sally Roydhouse

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The Great Wetlands of Argentina

Juan Ramón Díaz Colodrero

$150.00
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Antonio Vizcaíno and Douglas Tompkins 

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Chile's Wilderness Jewel

Antonio Vizcaino

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Antonio Vizcaíno

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Library Journal - Reviews, News, and More
From March 15, 2015, Page. 129 "Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot. Goff. May 2015. 330p. ed. by Tom Butler. photos. ISBN 9781939621238. $50. SCI"
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Tiffinbox: Inspiring Photographers
Matthew Jordan Smith’s Quest To Find The Next American President - Matthew Jordan Smith’s repertoire as a commercial and fashion photographer is well known around the world. Yet, he chose to work on a personal project that took him to all 50 states.
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MindBodyGreen: This Is What Climate Change Looks Like (It Isn't Pretty)
The recklessness with which we've treated our only home since the Industrial Revolution is coming back to haunt us, with wasteful consumerism, overpopulation and resource extraction contributing to a warming atmosphere and diminishing natural landscapes.
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The Huffington Post: This Is What Humanity's Impact On The Planet Looks Like
A new photo book from conservation experts aims to shine a light on humanity's impact on the planet and convince people to think about their contribution.
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SFGate: A shocking look at our imperiled planet
Hieronymus Bosch’s ghastly depictions of hell meet their match in many of the real-life images collected in a sobering new book, “Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot.”
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Overdevelopment + Overpopulation = Overshoot. It’s time to start the conversation.
14 Photos That Will Make You Think About Planet Earth's Future
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SFChronicle: 'Dogs Rule Nonchalantly’ in artist Mark Ulriksen’s world
Dogs Rule, Nonchalantly makes the front page of "Arts & Entertainment" in the San Francisco Chronicle!