Richard Garrod Visual Prayers
Wynn Bullock The Enchanted Landscape
Jack Leigh The Land I'm Bound To
Paul Strand Time in New England
are 4 not yet mentioned that I like.
Wow! Thanks for that. I love Kenna's work, but Hoflehner may be even better.
Originally Posted by David Henderson
Not cheap, if there are any left, but you get a print, while you wait for the book. Per's prints are sublime, and some his work may be of interest to you, from the description you gave.
Schirmer/Mosel, Munich, 1999.
Now it is out o9f print, but I think you could find it in the used shop.
It will worth some $
Thomas Joshua Cooper
Between dark and dark
Graeme Murray, Edinburgh
Out of print too
Both are books with an unique vision of the landscape....
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Craig Richards - The Canadian Rockies. It's out of print, but if you get onto abebooks.com, you can find copies there. Lots of nice images.
Lee Friedlander's "The Desert Seen" and "Apples and Olives".
Paul Strand's "Tir a'Mhurain: The Outer Hebrides".
Sally Mann's "Motherland" and "Deep South".
Emmet Gowin's "Changing The Earth".
Wright Morris' "Distinctly American".
Walker Evans' "Havana 1933".
Bill Brandt's "Literary Britain".
Something in print and a little bit different might be Australian photographer Gordon Undy's book/s. Not grand, heroic landscapes. More initmate responses to the Australian bush. His influences include Paul Caponigro and George Tice.
p.s. if you like fine jazz buy the Beads of Light CD put together by his two very talented children. It is a wonderful accompaniment for contemplating over any fine book of photographs.
Kidding, right? No disrespect but Hoflehner is strictly a Kenna knock-off. There are a lot of them out there. Known as "Kennabes" among some I know.
Originally Posted by Kevin Caulfield
Currently I have been revisiting Pentti Sammallahti's "Sammallahti" - a really fine book that I hear is available again. Also Hiroshi Sugimoto's Photographs. Not only landscapes - truly beautiful. I'll think of more. PD
I must submit a book of Edward Weston for consideration, his Daybooks.