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Cape Light by Joel Meyerowitz

Cape Light

Description : Visual capsules of space, mood, light, color, and atmosphere depict the inhabitants, land, and seascapes near the tip of Cape Cod

Subtitle : Color Photographs

Authors : Joel Meyerowitz

Published Date : 1978

Publisher : Bulfinch Press

ISBN : 0878461310

Page : 100 Pages

Categories : Photography

Total Download: 87

Filesize: 2 MB

Download PDF : cape-light.pdf

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