SOUVENIRS FROM HIGH PLACES, A Visual Record of Mountaineering,

By: Joe Bensen

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SOUVENIRS FROM HIGH PLACES, A Visual Record of Mountaineering, by Joe Bensen
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Mitchell Beazley, London - first edition ISBN:1840000783, 1998. hardcover, 9½" x 11¾", with dust jacket. Packed book weighs 1½kgs. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, etc. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Joe Bensen charts the roots of mountaineering photography, looking first at the earliest visual records of the sport by artists such as Edward Whymper and George Baxter. During the 19th century, paintings and sketches were gradually replaced by photographs. Professionals like Vittorio Sella and the Abraham brothers, carried cumbersome equipment; then, as technology advanced, mountaineers began to take photos of their own climbs. Over 150 awe-inspiring images.

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