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Photographer Nancy Robbins arrived in the Sierra over a decade ago to photograph people in nature. Writer David Mas” Masumoto draws on his life as an organic fruit farmer in California’s Central Valley to explore our connection to the earth. They intersect in Yosemite National Park, a 1200-square-mile granite-sculpted jewel cherished by visitors from around the world.
This book unites their talents and experiences, drawing readers deep into Yosemite to explore the park’s awe-inspiring landscapes, roaring waterfalls, ancient trees and charismatic wildlife. Through Nancy’s breathtaking photographs and extensive notes, readers will see the park through the twinkling eyes of an intrepid photographer as she explores her favorite places.
As Nancy leads readers on a photographic journey, Mas shares poignant personal reflections on the world-famous national park, offering insights rooted in a lifetime of living and working on the land.
Featuring well-known icons and hidden gems, sweeping vistas and fleeting moments, thought-provoking essays and joyful photographs, A Sense of Yosemite reveals much more than a beautiful landscape. Join two masters of craft as they meet in these pages to celebrate all they love about Yosemite National Park.
Nancy Robbins is an artist with twenty-five years experience in commercial, illustrative, portrait, wedding, fine art, and nature and landscape photography. She lives in Wawona, CA.
David Mas Masumoto is an organic peach and grape farmer and the author of nine books including the acclaimed Epitaph for a Peach. A feature documentary, Changing Season, about the theme of succession on a family farm, will be featured at film festivals and nationally broadcast by PBS in 2016. He lives in Del Rey, CA.