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AuthorNancy Ross Hugo
PublisherTimber Press
Publication Date23 July 2014
Author 2Robert Llewellyn
Book DescriptionRobert Llewellyn's stunning photographs reveal the intricate detail of trees as you've never seen them before. Nancy Ross Hugo's text illuminates the photographs by explaining the unique characteristics of everyday trees. Together, they celebrate the rich variety of popular trees and offer us a new perspective on our favourites. This is a fantastic gift for gardeners in a compact paperback format. It is perfect for both amateur naturalists and keen photographers. It offers informative and in-depth profiles of trees from an expert author.
Editorial ReviewTrees Up Close features balletic images of common trees created through a special process designed for microscope slides. . . . a book whose concise text and almost pocket-size dimensions make it perfect for tree-watching in the backyard or forest. --The American Gardener "This is a beautiful little book on the fine details of backyard trees. . . . a great present for anyone who wants to know how to identify (and moreover, appreciate) a tree in almost any season." --Garden Design Online "With more than 200 dazzling photo, Trees up Close offers an intimate, revealing look at the other-world beauty of what you might have thought were just everyday trees." --Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland "You will be amazed by the otherworldly beauty of acorns, enchanted by immature fruits, and dazzled by delicate emerging flowers." --Morning Call "A marriage of Robert Llewellyn's close-up photographs and Nancy Ross Hugo's informative text. . . . With this book, you not only look--you see." --Times of Trenton "Trees Up Close isn't so much a book to read cover-to-cover as it is one to leave out where you can pick it up at odd moments, reminding yourself of nature's beauty in all seasons." --Omaha World-Herald
About the AuthorRobert Llewellyn has been photographing plants and landscapes for almost 40 years. His photographs have been featured in major art exhibits and more than 30 books. Nancy Ross Hugo has been writing, lecturing and teaching about trees, native plants and floral design for over 30 years.