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Too many visitors to the Silver State never see Ann Ronald and Stephen Trimble's Nevada: teal sky and a sea of purple sage, mountain mahogany and a crimson mass of claret cup cactus, a dust-blown sunset of vermilion, orange, and gold. More colorful than a neon display on Las Vegas Boulevard, Nevada is one vast landscape of tint and shadow and aesthetic dimension.
Far from the neon lights of Las Vegas casinos that define Nevada to the planet at large is another world that few nonresidents of the Silver State ever see. From the canyons of the Mojave Desert to the wetlands, from the mountains to the basins--those long dry unforgiving stretches between the mountain ranges--Stephen Trimble reveals territory unjustly neglected by residents and tourists unlike. There are plenty of discoveries in Ann Ronald's evocative essays as well. Among the surprises is a dazzling shot of an aspen-lined creek that looks as though it could have been taken in almost any state except Nevada.
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