Sacred Landscapes from the Air
Essays by Keith Critchlow, Lucy Lippard and Maria Reiche. Introduction by Charles Gallenkamp. Preface by Haven O'More.
Published by Aperture
Marilyn Bridges has been photographing ancient religious sites for many years. Her dramatic aerial photographs capture the mysterious Nazca lines painstakingly scored 2,000 years ago onto a Peruvian desert landscape, the sacred temples and pyramids of the Maya, deep in the Yucatan jungle, the enigmatic earthworks of ancient North American Indians and the colossal prehistoric temple of Stonehenge.
STATUS: Out of print | 11/25/2008
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