This book contains a large selection of Ted Orland's B&W and handcolored photographs, as well as excerpts from about fifteen years of letters to photographer Sally Mann (who in turn wrote the Foreword to this book).
"Much as I like to view myself as a photographer, I suspect the writings may be the more important part of this book â€” written in the immediacy of the moment, they encompass a turbulent decade in my own life, and a time when photography itself finally began to be recognized as a fine art by the outside world." -- Ted Orland
128 pages; 9.5x11 inches; 32 duotones and 24 full-color plates.
Published by David R. Godine, Boston, and printed at Meriden-Stinehour Press.
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