Treasures of the National Parks Yesterday and Today (Hardcover)
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Travel back in time and place to experience the grandeur and history of 24 of our most spectacular National Parks "then and now". From the depths of the Grand Canyon to the Yosemite valley, from the shorelines of Acadia and Olympic to Yellowstone's geysers, join photographer Paul Horsted in tracking down the sites where pioneering photographers set up their cameras long ago. In precisely-matched photo pairs you'll see the beauty and history of our parks as they appear now and as they looked 75, 100, or even 150 years ago. GPS data is provided to guide you on your own National Park adventure! This beautiful, oversize 240-page book is an invaluable record of our parks for today, as well as a future reference for anyone who cares about these treasured landscapes.
About the Author
Paul Horsted lives in Custer , South Dakota with his partner, wife (and book designer) Camille Riner. He has been an independent author and speaker for more than 20 years, he is the author of books on the beauty and history of the Black Hills, the Dakotas and our national parks.