Internationally acclaimed photographer Art Wolfe turns his lens to the colorful state of Colorado. From mountains to mesas, red rock to prairie, Art Wolfes mastery of light and pattern translates into intimate landscapes unlike any previously captured by camera. Art Wolfe has photographed many of the wild places of Colorado. As a climber and hiker, he is willing to search out special and remote views that arent accessible by vehicles or airplanes. That dedication to getting the shot is fully reflected in this magnificent book of landscape and wildlife photography. Wolfes aesthetic eye makes his compositions wholly unique; this is Colorado from a fresh perspective. Organized around mountains, forests, canyons and mesas, rivers and lakes, and valley, prairie and plain, Art Wolfes photography is paired with the probing essays of naturalist author Craig Childs.