Published June 29, 2007
by Countryman .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
The Photographer's Guide to Puget Sound and Northwest Washington This is my first solo book. Areas covered in this book include the eastern Puget Sound area, the Kitsap Peninsula and western Puget Sound, the Olympic Peninsula (including Olympic National Park), and the San Juan Islands. The Photographer's Guide to Puget Sound & Northwest Washington Where to Find the Perfect Shots and How to Take Them (Book): Barbee, Rod: Shoot perfect photos from digital and film equipment with pointers from one of the region's most renowned photographers. Anyone who has visited Puget Sound and Olympic and Mount RainierNational Parks has experienced the sublime wonders of these. Described as a nature photographer's paradise, Washington State presents amateur and professional photographers with an endless array of subjects, and there are no better guides to photographing here than Gordon and Cathie Sullivan, authors of twelve books on photography. The Photographer's Guide to Puget Sound & Northwest Washington by Rod Barbee. There are many sites I wanted to include in this book, but because of space limitations (had to keep it to 96 pages) I was unable to include them all. Some probably should have been cut, .
This is a helpful book. It lists quite a few photogenic locations around Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. For many spots, Barbee offers transportation directions and for some places public transportation options. A few locations also get suggestions . The Photographers Guide to the Puget Sound & Northwest Washington by Rob Barbee, published by The Countryman Press, ISBN The San Juan Islands: Into the 21st Century by Joann Roe, published by Caxton Press, ISBN Travelers Guide to the Lewis & Clark Trail by Julie Fanselow, published by Falcon Press, ISBN Field guide to the fish of Puget Sound and the Northwest coast by David Somerton, , Distributed by the University of Washington Press edition, in English. Puget Sound Cruising Perfected. Cruise in comfort aboard the newest and most modern small ships in the region as we explore the stunning Puget Sound and San Juan Islands region. Admire the abundant wildlife, including whales, bald eagles and harbor seals, as you enjoy the freshest regional cuisine and local entertainment.
The Waggoner Guide has been guiding boaters to spectacular Northwest destinations since From Olympia, WA to Ketchikan, AK, the guide is referred to by boaters as The Bible for Northwest Cruising. The History of the Waggoner Name. University of Washington Press. ISBN Puget's Sound: A Narrative of Early Tacoma and the Southern Sound. University of Washington Press. 1 January ISBN Skid Road: An Informal Portrait of Seattle. Ballantine Books. . ISBN The Columbia: Powerhouse of the West. Superior. © Joel Rogers Photography - Northwest Worldwide | CONTACT | Joel Rogers Photography - [email protected] - - - Pacific Northwest - USA | CONTACT | Joel. Your Northwest Cruising Guide!We strategically cover, south to north, Olympia to the Broughton Islands and Beyond. Charts, pictures, videos and contact info abound, come have a look!