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Photographic Journals
In Thoreau’s Woods

A photographic essay.
by Barry and Cathy Beck
From the March/April 2012 Issue

There’s a lot to see in the northern Maine woods. Endless forest, miles of clean wild water, a log cabin or two—and brook trout, of course.


A photographic essay.
by Brian Grossenbacher
From the May/June 2012 Issue

Some look to the sky and see ships passing, a chariot race, the flower fields of May.

Elk Road

A photographic essay.
by Dusan Smetana
From the September/October 2011 Issue

There’s a lot of empty country under that big sky. Steep and rugged, cold and windy.


A photographic essay.
by Denver Bryan
From the September/October 2011 Issue

Whitetails evolved to disappear in thick woods. And then the snow comes, and with it the rut. 

The Faces of India

A photographic essay.
by R. Valentine Atkinson
From the May/June 2011 Issue

Does anywhere on earth so linger in the memory? Draw so many questing spirits? Just say it: India.

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