Clyde Butcher - Nature's Places includes photographs from scenic, unspoiled lands in California, Colorado, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and Washington, as well as Florida.
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Clyde Butcher has recently been honored by the State of Florida with the highest award that can be given to a private citizen, the Artists Hall of Fame Award, for his photographic excellence. He has also received the Conservation Colleague Award from The Nature Conservancy, and the Sierra Club's Ansel Adams Conservation Award, given for excellence in photography and contributions to the public awareness of the environment. He was also chosen Person of the Week on the ABC Peter Jennings Evening News program and has received the Heartland Community Service Award from the State of Florida, for his work in educating the people of Florida about the beauty of their state.Review:
"From the introduction by Bill Meadows, president, The Wilderness Society: "In the wilderness, there is unparalleled beauty. This beauty helps us maintain a vital sense of wonder and reverence for the natural world, keys to stimulating a deeper commitment to stewardship of our earth, her people, and all living things. Through his photography, Clyde challenges us to look at the natural world with a fresh perspective, not as detached observers, but as intimate, spiritually engaged participants. He magnifies reality in ways that encourage us to view nature with awe and respect. By demonstrating the unity of all beautiful, natural places, his artwork provides a compelling illustration of why wilderness should be preserved and sustained by linking natural lands together in a unified whole." "Florida's interior is not easily accessible, but through Clyde's images the heart and soul of Florida have been shown to thousands of people, changing the very essence of the way people view Florida's environment. Clyde's images produce a unique feeling of reverence toward the land in which we live. His images revive our desire to carry on, with vigor, the fight to save our 'places of spiritual sanctuary.' " - Nathaniel Reed, former Assistant Secretary of the Interior"
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