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Seven (Seven: Seven Continents Seven Years, A Photographic Journey)

by David duChemin

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0991755707, Hardcover)

is a limited edition book and once those 1,000 signed and numbered copies are gone, they're gone. Limited to 1000 copies, hand signed and numbered. 12? x 12?, 160 pages bound in gorgeous warm Italian linen. Printed in Canada on gorgeous 100lb McCoy Silk Text stock, at 10 microns. "I am truly proud of this. I created this as a legacy piece. I wanted to create something beautiful, inside and out. Something that was a delight to touch and hold. I wanted something that would inspire and show you the world the way I see it, in these fleeting glimpses of beauty, hope, and wonder. Unlike so much of what I publish, this is not an educational book. The book opens with a short essay about the gift of photography, and what follows is photograph after photograph, quietly captioned with location and date. I want, at the end of the day, my photographs to speak for themselves. I also believe that looking at, and studying, photographs, is some of the best education we can have in terms of making our own photographs." - David duChemin

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