“A fresh look at the history, energy, and geographic diversity of the place we call home.”
“This volume of superb photography, captured by two talented artists, reflects not only the timeless natural beauty of Ohio, but also modern-day landscapes and urban scenes from the energetic, forward-looking state we are building today.”
From the foreword by Governor John R. Kasich
“These photographs will help you make sense of the great equation that is Ohio, where landscape, history, and eternal human hopes flourish between the great lake, the winding river, the rough plateau, and the wide horizon.”
From the introduction by John Fleischman, author of Mid-Century City: Cincinnati at the Apex
“Flat-out gorgeous … The uniformly excellent work of Adams and Schieber carry the book.”
Showcasing the work of two of the state’s leading landscape photographers, Ohio in Photographs presents a rich array of places and people, from serene hiking trails and Dayton’s Huffman Prairie to shining downtown riverscapes and the riotous colors and figures of an unconventional Fourth of July parade. Ian Adams and Randall Lee Schieber give us iconic and unique images that capture the true texture of life in Ohio today.
Adams and Schieber divide the work into five regional chapters framed by introductions by John Fleischman. Each of Ohio’s eighty-eight counties is represented in photos that capture scenes from urban to rural: natural areas, historical sites, public gardens, cultural and sports events, workplaces, and more. Ohio in Photographs is a can’t-miss for any Ohioan at home or away.
Ian Adams has twenty-one photography books and more than sixty-five Ohio calendars to his credit. He conducts nature and garden photography seminars, workshops, and slide programs throughout North America and teaches digital photography at Ohio State University’s Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster.
Randall Lee Schieber is a photographer based in Columbus, Ohio. He specializes in editorial, architectural, location, and travel photography and has published six books and numerous calendars. His work has appeared in a variety of local and national publications.
Amish Girl on Bicycle (Holmes County)
Red Barn (Franklin County)
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