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by Bob Krist

  • Author: Bob Krist
  • ISBN: 1558687963
  • ISBN13: 978-1558687967
  • ePub: 1402 kb | FB2: 1814 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Graphic Arts Books (June 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 112
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 495
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The Lowcountry: From Charleston to Savannah ePub download

LOW COUNTRY is a stunning modern-day illustrated narrative of one of the country's most historically flamboyant regions.

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Bob Krist is a freelance photographer who works regularly on assignment for magazines such as National .

Bob Krist is a freelance photographer who works regularly on assignment for magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, and Islands. These assignments have taken him to all seven continents and have won awards in the Pictures of the Year, Communication Arts, and World Press Photo competitions. He also photographed the coffeetable books Caribbean and Portrait of the Caribbean and Low Country: Charleston to Savannah (Graphic Arts Center Publishing), A Photo Tour of New York (Photo Secrets Publishing, San Diego), and Impressions of Bucks County (Old Mill Productions, New Hope PA).

Bob Krist is an award-winning photographer whose regular assignments for magazines such as National .

Bob Krist is an award-winning photographer whose regular assignments for magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, and Islands have taken him to all seven continents. Mr. Krist’s work has won awards in the Pictures of the Year International, Communication Arts, and World Press Photo competitions. He is also the author of Spirit of Place: The Art of the Traveling Photographer, and he provided photography for the books Caribbean; Portrait of the Caribbean; Lowcountry: From Charleston to Savannah; A Photo Tour of New York; and Impressions of Bucks County.

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She is the author of Lowcountry: From Charleston to Savannah, with photographs by Bob Krist; and Explorer's Guide Charleston, Savannah & Coastal Islands: A Great Destination. She lives on St. Helena Island, South Carolina.

Watch this clip to learn how a desire to return home coincided perfectly with publishing this fabulous little book - welcome Pat and Carmen! vimeo. Meet the New Owners of the Essential Guide: Charleston, Savannah & The Lowcountry. Meet the new owners of The Essential Guide: Charleston, Savannah and The Lowcountry, Pat and Carmen Woodall, and learn how a desire to return home coincided perfectly.

Discover the charms of Charleston and Savannah, where you’ll learn about basket . A series of guide books to Charleston's 18th century graveyards.

Discover the charms of Charleston and Savannah, where you’ll learn about basket weaving, explore plantations, visit Civil War forts and enjoy local southern cuisine. Recommended Adventures. It is the oldest public site open to visitors in the Lowcountry, with the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1872 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants in its famous gardens. We’ll learn about Magnolia’s vivid and complex history as we experience the beauty of the house and gardens.

Charleston's beauty is really in it's homes and architecture. I love architecture so I really enjoyed a tour of the city we did, learning about the style of the buildings and the history of the city. I find Savannah more aesthetically pleasing from a nature standpoint and Charleston from a city/building standpoint. The food in Charleston is fantastic - great Southern food but also some really contemporary options. The food in Charleston and Savannah is so heavy but in Charleston you can find some delicious, lighter options, which was a plus.

THE LOWCOUNTRY: FROM CHARLESTON TO SAVANNAH travels through the history, culture, and geography of the 100-mile stretch of coast between South Carolina and Georgia. With two of the country's most historically rich cities flanking this region, the history documenting this area illustrated with vibrant color photography, runs from enchanting to eccentric, and easily builds the case for a modern-day tourist destination that attracts more than 30 million visitors a year. Award-winning photographer Bob Krist and travel writer Cecily McMillan explore everything from architecture and city planning to the coastal scenery and world-renowned golf courses of the region, including the famed Parris and Hilton Head islands. LOW COUNTRY is a stunning modern-day illustrated narrative of one of the country's most historically flamboyant regions.
Doomwarden
I was worried that the paper-back version offered here would be a small book that didn't show the color photos in full detail. The description didn't say, either way, but I took a chance, and the book is great. The condition was exactly as described, and this is a fabulous addition to my personal library.

Written by Mrs. Neighbor John
Modimeena
The book I ordered and received is exactly like the one I had reviewed elsewhere. Delivered on time and in the described, good condition that I had anticipated.
Beazekelv
if anyone ever considers visiting this area, this book is a great wayt to remember it. much better photos than you will be able to take and very nice writing.

when in Charleston eat at Hymans, Saltus River grill in Beaufort, and El Pasticcio in Savannah.
Natety
Pretty pictures that reinforce the superficial and white cultural history of the South. Not very educational or enlightened.
Vudozilkree
Lovely photos that give a good indication of the atmosphere of the low country
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