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  • STILLNESS: Whispers From Nature

    by Kent J Burkhardsmeier

    Where do you seek refuge, during a pandemic while confined indoors? How do you find solace? Will the soothing presence of outdoors speak through nature images? Award-winning photographer Kent J Burkhardsmeier discovered comfort during the pandemic while mediating on his outdoor nature images. The more time he spent with the prints, the more they whispered tranquility to his soul. Stillness intertwines outdoor landscape images and original poems by the photographic artist turned author. The po... more

  • Hidden Lessons from History

    by Peter Chronis
    In the quest to shape a favorable narrative of the past, we sometimes disregard important context, details, and facts. As is often the case, our picture of history can sometimes be blurred by half-truths—part myth, and part reality. In Hidden Lessons from History, author Peter Chronis brings to life a unique collection of well-researched narratives complemented by more than 50 beautiful photographs. This book rediscovers little-known historical facts, inconvenient truths, and heroes whose ... more
  • Invisible Personas

    by Joan Marie Kelly
    Emanating from a university teaching position in Singapore, artist Joan Marie Kelly navigates an interwoven view of complex community relations with her own status as foreigner by engaging communities with art making. Kelly connects the reader in an intimate visual narrative of lived realities through her paintings and text, immersing the reader or viewer in humanist levels of the world she navigates. She speaks to the global condition, giving it poignancy. Four scholars who have worked with ... more
  • Los Angeles: A City of Fame: A Photo Travel Experience

    by Andrey Vlasov
    The city of Los Angeles is not just about Hollywood, Rodeo Drive and the Walk of Fame. Known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, and sprawling metropolis. LA is home to iconic architecture, ancient forests, quirky museums, Historical Districts national parks, multi-lingual communities and beautiful beaches. This entertaining and informative guide captures the history and diversity of the region seen through the eyes of world traveler and photographer Andrey Vlasov. 700 stunning i... more
  • Los Angeles: A City of Fame: A Photo Travel Experience

    by Andrey Vlasov
    The city of Los Angeles is not just about Hollywood, Rodeo Drive and the Walk of Fame. Known for its Mediterranean climate, ethnic diversity, and sprawling metropolis. LA is home to iconic architecture, ancient forests, quirky museums, Historical Districts national parks, multi-lingual communities and beautiful beaches. This entertaining and informative guide captures the history and diversity of the region seen through the eyes of world traveler and photographer Andrey Vlasov. 700 stunning i... more
  • Golden Memory

    by Edit Mate
    The Golden Memory for old and young people, everyone has countless memories in life. In the colouring book the emphasis on the gracious and affectionate memories. Firstly, the book provides an opportunity on the one hand the other dimension where recalling nice memories and the other hand the colouring gives relaxation and good entertainment. Secondly, it gives a chance for young people to know the life of traditional and it also helps for old and young generations to spend time together in the ... more
  • Faces & Culture - South-East Asia in Photos.

    by Ryszard Wierzbicki
    The purpose of this photography album is to present to the public the Face of Asia based on 7 Countries of South-East (Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Nepal, Thailand). This is the introductory book of the whole series of my exploration through culture and ethnicity of this region, presenting countries one by one. The idea of the project is to show the Essence of Life in pictures, with titles texts only. The stories behind photos should be easy visible and give the viewers clea... more
  • Amire La Vie!

    by Reana Ashley
    A picture is worth a thousand words, but did you know a picture could take you anywhere you want to be? Smell the delicious macaroons as you pass a bakery. Feel the rush of running to catch your next train as you make pit stops exploring the city. Those experiences are what I always looked for as a child. I would regularly look at Google Earth and try to find places I wanted to explore. I wanted to see what others ate, what clothes they wore, and the scenery they wake up to every day. With that ... more
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  • More Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland: An Un-Official, Un-Authorized Look At What You See at Disneyland, but Never Really See

    by Russell Flores
    Do you love Disneyland and want to learn more about the special details that the Imagineers place in the Park to set it apart from the average Theme Park? This is the book for you. The author is proud to be selling on Amazon the second volume of the Seen, Un-Seen book series. This book has ALL NEW material (No duplication) with over 590 new, Full Color Photographs covering more of the wonderful details at Disneyland. There is no duplication of the first book and it is about 1 1/2 times the size ... more
  • Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland: What You See at Disneyland, But Never Really See

    by Russell Flores
    Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland documents and highlights the many obscure and unique details that are built within Walt Disney's Disneyland. With over 325 full-color images, Russell Flores brings to life—and to sight—the many wonders that Disney Imagineers have thoughtfully placed inside the Magic Kingdom. Stories, trivia, and over a dozen quizzes are part of this unique and first-of-its-kind book. Learn about things that visitors often see but not notice when visiting Disneyland. This book will make a... more
  • Online Schooling and the Modern Techniques of Today's Era

    by Jessica Martin
    The concept of schooling has its roots to the Greek time. The term school is derived from the Greek word "Schole" which means the place of learning. Schooling is an essential part of human life which gives education to children and groom their minds for progress in society. Also, schooling makes them a noble and responsible citizen of the country, which, as a whole, benefits the country. The process of education and techniques of teaching have changed over time and is improving day by day. ... more
  • Online Schooling and the Modern Techniques of Today's Era

    by Jessica Martin
    The concept of schooling has its roots to the Greek time. The term school is derived from the Greek word "Schole" which means the place of learning. Schooling is an essential part of human life which gives education to children and groom their minds for progress in society. Also, schooling makes them a noble and responsible citizen of the country, which, as a whole, benefits the country. The process of education and techniques of teaching have changed over time and is improving day by day.
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  • The Vibrant Landscape

    by Gary Paul Levinson

    The Vibrant Landscape book consists of color fine art images taken over a period of 20 years, from 1998 through 2018. Images are mostly from the United states, including Yosemite National Park, Olympic National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, Lake Tahoe, the California Coast, Death Valley and the Northeast. There is an Introduction written by Robert Zuckerman, famous Hollywood set photographer and an essay by Margaretta K. Mitchell, renown photography biographer. There are a total of 98 colo... more

  • Tupper Ansel Blake: Wind in My Face, Sun at My Side-Forty Years of Wildlife Photography and Conservation

    by Tupper Ansel Blake

    Wind in My Face, Sun at My Side is the remarkable journey of photographer Tupper Ansel Blake. From his childhood love affair with wildlife to adulthood, he earned the enviable reputation as one of the nation's foremost wildlife photographers. Throughout his career, he continued to enlarge and enhance his reputation by conducting extensive five-year photographic surveys on important wildlife conservation issues. His area of concern encompassed the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean and t... more

  • Bucking the Artworld Tide: Reflections on Art, Pseudo Art, Art Education & Theory

    by Michelle Marder Kamhi

    Today’s artists and art lovers who adhere to a traditional view of art are virtually submerged in the tsunami of anti-traditional work and supporting critical spin generated by the contemporary artworld. This book--comprising more than three decades of contrarian writing and speaking--offers a solid defense of traditional visual art, as well as a trenchant critique of the countless "new art forms" invented since the early 20th century and of the flawed theoretical assumptions ... more

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