Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 2000 - Photography - 142 pages
By gazing at the 120 color photos in this book and reading the essays from Rheta Grimsley Johnson, readers are transported into the heart of Georgia and its varied landscape and culture. Shaded-relief, color map. Author/photographer signings.
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