by Harvey A Duze
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About the Book
This book has proved to be the toughest book to do as Summers in this area tend to not have the variety of potential subject matter that other seasons have. This is the fourth of my ongoing series of books documenting the residential and parkland habitats surrounding Little Seneca Lake and Lake Churchill near Germantown, Maryland during each of the four seasons of the year.
This book has proved to be the toughest to do as Summers in this area tend to not have the variety of potential subject matter that other seasons have. Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee hitting the Washington region in August and early September of 2011, and the June 2012 North American derecho changed that. Images taken before and after these storms are included in this book.
(Note: Other books in this series, "Seneca Fall," "Seneca Winter" and "Seneca Spring" are also available to preview and purchase on this Web site.)
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
# of Pages: 72
- Publish Date: Oct 30, 2012
- Language English
- Keywords Little, Seneca, Lake, Germantown, Maryland, Black, Hills, Regional, Park, derecho, American, North, 2012, June, Summer, Hurricane, Irene, Tropical, Storm, Lee
About the Creator
Over 40 years of professional and creative photographic and graphic design/desktop publishing experience, including handling a wide range of corporate and editorial location and studio photographic assignments, graphics to illustrate presentations and both print and Web-based publications, logos and corporate identities and the creation of both speaker-support and self-running "kiosk" PowerPoint presentations, and Web-based HTML and Flash slideshows. While the majority of my work has been done in the Northeast, U.S., I've also traveled to other parts of the U.S. and Canada, as well as overseas to Ireland and Italy. In recent years, urban and rural landscapes, nature and people have been my favorite photographic subjects.