The Rockies

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Graphic Arts Center Pub., 1997 - Photography - 208 pages
From Banff to Taos, "The Rockies" brings readers the grandeur, the awe, and the intimate nature of the great Continental Divide. Nature photographers David and Marc Muench are unparalleled in creating images of the breathtaking expanse of the peaks, as well as the high plateaus and the wide basins which separate them. 250 color photos. Regional photographer tour.

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About the author (1997)

Muench has been photographing America for more than 30 years.

Marc Muench was born in Santa Barbara, California, where he now resides with his wife, Stefanie, and their three children. He has been a professional landscape and sports photographer for over 20 years. After completing his studies at Pasadena Art Center College of Design, Marc immediately began photographing for book publishers such as Graphic Arts Center, Browntrout Publishing, and Time Inc. His photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, books, calendars, and postcards, and in 2003, he was designated as a Kodak Photo Icon. Marc is now the artist-in-residence at dgrin.com for Smugmug, where he contributes on a regular basis to the Muench University critique thread. He is also the photo editor of the National Parks Guide, published by The American Park Network. The guides contain many of his images taken throughout the United States National Park system. Marc recently completed a year-long video project on Catalina Island for the Catalina Island Conservancy. The five-minute video highlights the new Trans Catalina Trail, capturing dynamic landscapes, wildlife, and hikers exploring their way across the Island. Marc (tm)s goal is to convey the drama and the power of nature ""to share the experience "" in his photographic images. And his images show that, without a doubt, Marc has achieved his goal time and time again.

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