Top landscape photographer Fred Hirschmann traveled to every corner of Utah to capture this state's exquisite terrain in all its variety and extremes for this spectacular volume.
From the sandstone cliffs of Zion Canyon to the wildflower meadows of the Uinta Mountains, Hirchmann captures the very spirit of Utah with sublime views of the state's most beloved landmarks, untamed wilderness, and architectural treasures.
Each turn of the page reveals stunning portraits of Utah's wonders: its valleys and canyons; its mountains and forests; its famed Great Salt Lake and myriad sandstone arches, buttes, and mesas; its incredible national parks, monuments, and recreation areas.
Along the way, Hirschmann's photographs offer glimpses of desert wildlife, ghost towns, and the almost perfectly preserved Ancestral Puebloan dwellings of Cedar Mesa.
This timeless collection of photographs brings to vivid life the natural beauty, history, and culture of America's Beehive State, offering an extraordinary view of Utah's many breathtaking faces.