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Peter Essick – New Book: Featured in WABE Interview

January 16, 2014

Updated 2/7/14

Peter Essick’s recently published book Our Beautiful Fragile World features a career-spanning look at Essick’s work taken while on assignment for National Geographic magazine. In this book, he showcases a diverse series of photographs from some of the most beautiful natural areas in the world and documents major contemporary environmental issues. To purchase follow this link to Amazon.

Also, here is a very thoughtful review of the book entitled Human Footprints to a Harrowing Future recently published on the Huffington Post by author Evaggelos Vallianatos.

In conjunction with the publication Essick was also featured on WABE (Atlanta Public Radio) in a 10 minute interview by Steve Goss that aired January 16th. Select Here to listen to the entire interview.

To see more of Peter’s remarkable images you can visit his Lumiere artist page, the exhibition, Compositions In Nature, or the THEME collection Environmental.

Also worth noting is Peter’s participation in a six day Cumberland Island workshop, March 23-29 on the Georgia coast. This workshop is organized by SXSE (South x Southeast) Photography Workshops. Co-leading the workshop with Peter is renowned photographer Silvia Plachy. Complete details can be found on the SXSE website.
Mention Lumiere and receive a substantial discount on the workshop.

© Peter Essick

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