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Above the North; aerial photography of northern Michigan.


Above the North; aerial photography of northern Michigan.

Beaver, Marge.

U. of Michigan Press


126 pages




Aerial photographer Marge Beaver offers a birds-eye view of northern Michigan. Gorgeous color images depict the land and waters in all four seasons of the year. The only text is in brief captions, many of which give no indication as to location, and, regrettably, no map is supplied. Oversize: 11.75x10.25".

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Date:Feb 1, 2007
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