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  • Wilderness

    photographer’s monograph 
    University of New Mexico Press / Debra Bloomfield

    As Rebecca Senf writes in her essay, The Place is Wilderness, “In the five-year period beginning in 2007, Debra Bloomfield undertook her third photographic landscape project: Wilderness. The photographs she created do not physically describe what one particular wilderness place looks like—they are not intended to. She does not catalogue the elements that, when added together, make a wilderness. She does not worry about showing each detail she observed or conveying all the information she learned while she was there. Instead, she tells us what wilderness means. What it feels like to be there. What we need to understand about the place in order to care about it, appreciate it, value its existence, and be concerned about its future. Her photographs convey the experience of wilderness.”
    Essays by Lauren E. Oakes, Rebecca A. Senf, and Terry Tempest Williams
    Editor: John W. Byran
    Sound producer: Jake Bloomfield-Misrach
    Production manager: Stefanie Loveday
    Cartographer: Jake Coolidge
  • A CD of soundscapes recorded while on location is included with the book.