Yosemite in the Sixties (Hardcover)
A compilation of rare black and white photographs taken of the Yosemite Valley during the 1960’s, this Yosemite in the Sixties hardcover book has an array of powerful images that reflect the era and landscape of key figures of the time. Published by Patagonia and printed onto 50% recycled paper, Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard has contributed to this book through the preface whilst the likes of Kevin Starr, Steve Roper and Glen Denny have added their touch throughout insightful essays.
Celebrating the big-wall pioneerings during the late fifties and early sixties, author Glen Denny has produced this hardcover to showcase intimate portraits taken by a host of skilled photographers during a pioneering time for rock climbing. Appealing to anyone with an interest in history, the great outdoors and of course climbing, check out the prior release to this edition compiled by Dean Fidelman and John Long entitled Yosemite In The Fifties: The Iron Age.
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- 50% Recycled Paper
- 144 Pages
- Published by Patagonia
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