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California, 1975. (William Albert Allard)
New Jersey, 1981. (Michael S.Yamashita)
Montana, 1984. (Sam Abell)
Niger, 2008. (Mike Hettwer)
Antarctica, Anvers Island. (Paul Nicklen)
Republic of Congo,1990. (Michael Nichols)
Hawaiian Islands, 2007. (David Liittschwager)
Earth Orbit, 1965. (NASA)
Nebraska, 1995. (Joel Sartore)
I would like to have rated this book at 3.5 stars. From the reviews I read I expected more.Published 2 months ago by John Cibere
Amazing collection of photos. A wonderful coffee tab le book. A great way to start a conversation. No educated home should be without one.Published 20 months ago by David W.
This is a very nice book, we have it on our coffee table for our guests at our Bed and BreakfastPublished 22 months ago by Laurie Ramseyer
This is a beautiful coffee table book. The images are fantastic. I have several photo books on my table and my guests always seem to pick this one up first.Published 24 months ago by Orcutt Kat
National Geographic Image Collection
I thoroughly enjoyed reviewing the 450 photographs in this outstanding book. Some I have seen before but others were new. Read more
My favorite is that of Swiss mountain climbers climbing the PIzzo Campo Tencia in the 19-teens. A dreamy window into the past and Swiss beauty in general.Published on April 4, 2013 by MDN
I purchased this more than a year ago in anticipation of my children needing a creative and interesting gift for their Father. Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by Patti Dryden
This book is small enough to keep on my dining room table. I flip thru the pages every day - and each time I see a picture differently than before. Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by Janet M