About the Book
Death Valley is a portfolio of 54 black and white prints that capture the geology, hardships and dreams of settling into the Sierra Nevada range in the Great Basin and the Mojave Desert. Today these areas constitute much of Death Valley National Park.
All proceeds from this book go to the National Park Foundation (http://www.nationalparks.org/).
To learn more about the photographer please visit http://www.stephenjrauch.com
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Oct 01, 2008
- Tags black & white, National Park, Death Valley, Death Valley National Park, Stephen J Rauch, joshua tree, Scotty's Castle, Titus Canyon, Zabriskie Point, 20 Mule Team Canyon Road, Racetrack Playa, Ubehebe Crater, Eureka Dunes, art, landscape, geology, photographs, photography, donation, Goldpoint, Rhyolite
Stephen's passion to experience new places around the globe have sparked his interest in photography, as he sees each new place as a "way to document history being made around the world". By applying a journalistic style to his work, Stephen's goal is to educate his viewers about lifestyles other than their own.