Catskill Woodland Glow fine art print and Historic Hudson Valley: A Photographic Tour Book
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Catskill Woodland Glow - 8"x17"
The sun illuminates a row of trees below the mountains in Spruceton Valley, located in the Town of West Kill, NY. Photograph printed on professional quality Fuji Pearl paper and matted (white matting) in a 16"x20" black wood frame, signed by the photographer Nancy de Flon and ready for hanging.
You can view more of Nancy de Flon's award-winning photography at:
Historic Hudson Valley: A Photographic Tour, by Nancy de Flon and Anton de Flon. A hardcover book of photo's and text, signed by the authors/photographers.
With passion and expertise, Nancy de Flon and Anton de Flon expose the history, infrastructure, architecture, and natural beauty of their beloved Hudson Valley. From mansions to stone Huguenot houses and Dutch farm buildings, through mountains, meadows, forests, rivers, and streams, this combination of outstanding photos, historical facts, and practical guide will serve your every traveling need.
Historic Hudson Valley: A Photographic Tour, was photographed and authored by Nancy and her son, Anton. It features a treasury of photographs of the Hudson Valley and Catskill regions, from the Hudson River's source in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York right down to New York Harbor, where it flows into the ocean. The authors have also included information about the history of each site and, where appropriate, how to reach it. At the end of the book is a list of URLs for official websites, ensuring that you'll always have access to the most up-to-date information about visiting. Schiffer Publishing, 2013.
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