In Black Rock, photographer Peter Goin and geographer Paul F. Starrs explore this place from the viewpoints of their respective disciplines.
by Peter Goin
Publication Date: 1996-01-01
Humanature asks us to intelligently consider the far-reaching ways in which we are reshaping nature on a planet-wide scale. In his eloquent essay and photographs Peter Goin provides convincing confirmation of the extent to which people and nature have become a continuum: humanature.
by Peter Goin; Robert E. Blesse; C. Elizabeth Raymond
Publication Date: 1992-05-01
Starting with a variety of 19th-century photographs, the authors have provided over fifty comparative photographs representing a visual document of the evolving landscape within the Tahoe basin. Stopping Time confronts issues that have come to the fore in the late 20th century--how we use the land, how we perceive the landscape, and what our perceptions mean for the future.
by Peter Goin (Editor); Ellen Manchester (Introduction by)
Publication Date: 1992-10-01
Arid Waters is a photographic response to the growing crisis of water scarcity, which exists because our culture thinks of water as a commodity, or an abstract legal right, rather than the most basic physical source of life. Photography historian Ellen Manchester and the 8 included photographers address the question: How can photography contribute to the urgent public debate over water use and allocation? Arid Waters is a testimony to the role photography has played in western history
by Peter Goin
Publication Date: 1991-03-01
"Peter Goin's remarkable photographs add a new and startling ingredient to our awareness of the American landscape: a glimpse of a possible future that is no less instructive, no less fascinating than any glimpse of a remote and turbulent past. They have the value of rare works of photographic art; let us hope they remain so."--J. B. Jackson