By Brent Nicastro,Craig M. Wilson
This full-color ebook of photos files Wisconsin from an strange standpoint: a digital camera suspended from a kite and regulated by way of photographer Craig M. Wilson from the floor. Taken from fifty to some hundred toes within the air, Wilson’s images seize common and man-made perspectives that wouldn’t rather be attainable. the result's a colourful assortment that captures Wisconsin in all its transferring attractiveness in landscapes and cityscapes, gala's, Door County’s lighthouses, Milwaukee’s neighborhoods, and the group at a Badger soccer online game. Captions are supplied in English, Spanish, German, and Mandarin Chinese.
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