Yellowstone: Land of Fire and Ice ebook
by Gretel Ehrlich
I really liked "Solace" a lot and was rather disappointed with this one. With such a magnificent subject, I would think Ms. Ehrlich could have done much better. The photography is really good, but the writing wasn't up to what I expected, IMHO. 3 people found this helpful.
I really liked "Solace" a lot and was rather disappointed with this one.
Yellowstone, the world's first national park, was forged by fire and ice. It is a land of exquisite beauty and stark extremes: geysers spew and hot springs boil in a land of ear-round frost.
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Yellowstone: Land of Fire and Ice. Questions of Heaven. Islands, the Universe, Home. Reproduction of the whole or any part of the contents without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. In the empire of ice: encounter in a changing landscape, Gretel Ehrlich. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references.
Forged by fire and ice, it is a land of contradictions, of exquisite beauty and stark extremes: geysers spew and hot springs boil - bearing witness to the molten lava a mere two miles below the surface - in a land of year-round frost; delicate flowers bloom perilously close to pools belching clouds of sulfur and steam; dense forests, lush meadows, vaulted canyons, and.
Gretel;Clay, Willard (photography); Clay, Kathy (photography) Ehrlich. View all Yellowstone: Land of Fire and Ice pictures.
Gretel Ehrlich is an American travel writer, poet and essayist. Born in 1946 in Santa Barbara, California, she studied at Bennington College and UCLA film school. She began to write full-time in 1978 while living on a Wyoming ranch after the death of a loved one. Ehrlich debuted in 1985 with The Solace of Open Spaces, a collection of essays on rural life in Wyoming
These two parks in the US boast around . million visitors a year, whereas Kronotsky counts its trippers in the low thousands. Probably such curbs could not have been put in place without the authoritarianism of Soviet rule; and still today, the downside is certainly that the overwhelming majority of Russians can never hope to feel a natural utopia that is, many would say, their country's richest natural jewel.