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Mississippi River Photographs | Headwaters to the Gulf of Mexico

 

 
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"Your photographs always look like paintings to me at first, and they have this distinct quality that says Quinta Scott Was Here, Really."

Bruce Biles, Editialla, New Orleans Ladder

Why Buy Photograaphs?

8 x 10 prints

Starting at $107

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The Mississippi is an environmental history of the river, using 200 color photographs to describe the river, Headwaters to the Gulf of Mexico. The introduction to the photographs details how the river was formed by glacial action, what he have done to change it, and how we are trying to restore it. The captions to the images fill each place photographed into this structure.

 

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Order Book: The Mississippi: A Visual Biography

Thanks for the first book I have seen that addresses the contemporary river, headwaters to gulf."

Dan McGuiness, Audubon, St. Paul, Minnesota

 

"As with every book I've seen in which Quinta Scott is involved, The Mississippi: A Visual Biography combines an in-depth, accurate, and revealing description of its subject with magnificent photographs that take you deeper into the subject than any text."

John M. Barry, author of Rising Tide: The Great Flood of 1927 and How it Changed America.

 

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Print information for 8 x 10 prints only:

Color Fuji Crystal Archive Prints

$107

Color or Black and White Giclee Prints

$107

Black and White Fiber Prints

$157

Love that photograph,

but not ready to order?

Let's have a conversation.

Email me at at qs@mississippiriverphotographs,

and I will send you a short essay titled,

"Five facts you may not know about the Mississippi."

 

 

 

 

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