About the Book
A haunting collection of black-and-white images—the work of Neil Yeszin, whose photographic journey began in San Francisco in the 60s and ended in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 2009 when Neil lost a pitched battle with cancer. This book offers us iconic images of faraway places, as well as enigmatic visions of familiar places, faces and friends. A book of memories frozen into timeless, unforgettable photos.
Western Eye Press is a small independent publisher (very small and very independent) with a home base in the Colorado Rockies and an office in Sedona Arizona. We have an eclectic list of titles: photo books, primarily western and South American landscape work, and artists' books and monographs (naturally created through blurb-com, but also available as eBOOKs), plus skiing and ski-instruction books and videos, and most recently, filling out the literary end of our offering, fiction and poetry. You will find a full catalog on our books on our WesternEyePress.com web site.