“He shows us water as we have never seen it, falling and spraying with delight in its own energy. He gives us the gift of pause in the image of a single wildflower. American poet William Carlos Williams said, “poets write for a single reason—to give witness to splendor.” That, above all else, is the unselfish and poetic bequest of Hullihen Williams Moore’s photographs. Splendor.”
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This is the premier published collection of black and white photographs devoted to the Shenandoah National Park. The work contains 51 images, made over more than 20 years, by Hullihen Williams Moore. From grand vistas and waterfalls to the delicate unfurling of new ferns, these duotone prints capture the singular appeal that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to the park each year.