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by Gary Gladstone

eBook Reaching Climax: And Other Towns Along the American Highway ePub
Author: Gary Gladstone
Language: English
ISBN: 1580087108
ISBN13: 978-1580087100
Publisher: Ten Speed Press (October 1, 2006)
Pages: 144
Category: Photography & Video
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 942
Formats: mobi lit doc lrf
ePub file: 1221 kb
Fb2 file: 1976 kb

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Travel with photographer Gary Gladstone as he drives to real towns with funny names as he makes portraits pictures of locals for his books "Passing Gas. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

GARY GLADSTONE has worked as a professional photographer for publications such as the New York Daily News, Life, Look, and The Saturday Evening Post.

Ships from and sold by LKF Booksellers. GARY GLADSTONE has worked as a professional photographer for publications such as the New York Daily News, Life, Look, and The Saturday Evening Post. He is a popular lecturer and panelist who uses humor to entertain and inform his audiences. He lives in New York's Hudson Valley.

In REACHING CLIMAX, you'll meet quirky folks from Spasticville, Kansas; Burnt Corn, Alabama; Yeehaw, Florida; and more

In REACHING CLIMAX, you'll meet quirky folks from Spasticville, Kansas; Burnt Corn, Alabama; Yeehaw, Florida; and more. Providing rare and unexpected glimpses of this vast country's far corners and tucked-away spots, this road-trip-in-a-book is a fascinating visual document of what makes America so unique. Похожие книги: Passing Gas: And Other Towns on the American Highway. Book DescriptionPassing Gas And Other Towns Along the . т 2430. Book Description William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898), . т 2962.

Gary Gladstone has done it again; "Reaching Climax" is a fantastic read! I just bought 4 more copies to give as. .I've been waiting for this book since I read M. ladstone's "Passing Gas And Other Towns Along The American Highway" which was a delight in every sense.

Gary Gladstone has done it again; "Reaching Climax" is a fantastic read! I just bought 4 more copies to give as gifts to some family friends and they all loved it! Gary's talents as a storyteller are equal or better then his creative eye. The images created by Gary to enhance the experience of visiting each town are truly enchanting. This book, too, wonderful portrait photographs of regular folks in extraordinarily funny named towns. My husband and two children (aged 14 and 16) laughed all the way through it.

After logging 38,000 miles in his trusty Trooper for his first photo odyssey, PASSING GAS, Gary Gladstone hit the road again, determined to visit the most oddly named towns in the United States and photograph the people who call them home. In REACHING CLIMAX, you'll meet quirky folks from Spasticville, Kansas; Burnt Corn, Alabama; Yeehaw, Florida; and more.

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According to an American Journal article Passing Gas: And Other Towns Along the American Highway. ISBN 1580084567) by Gary Gladstone, Goofy Ridge got its name thus

According to an American Journal article Passing Gas: And Other Towns Along the American Highway. ISBN 1580084567) by Gary Gladstone, Goofy Ridge got its name thus: Years back it was just The Ridge, a camp near the river bank where moonshiners and other carousers met weekly to do their drinking. After some serious drinking one night, a local game warden said he wasn’t too drunk to shoot a walnut off the head of a volunteer. Naturally, someone was drunk enough to volunteer. The game warden placed the tiny target on the volunteer’s head, aimed his

For other uses, see Gladstone (disambiguation)

For other uses, see Gladstone (disambiguation). William Ewart Gladstone PC FRS FSS (/ˈɡlædstən/; 29 December 1809 – 19 May 1898) was a British statesman and Liberal politician. In a career lasting over 60 years, he served for 12 years as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, spread over four terms beginning in 1868 and ending in 1894. Gladstone, who had previously argued in a book that a Protestant country should not pay money to other churches, nevertheless supported the increase in the Maynooth grant and voted for it in Commons, but resigned rather than face charges that he had compromised his principles to remain in office.

By the same photographer who shot and wrote Passing Gas is another fantastic collection of photography. Choosing towns with silly and often obscene sounding names, Gladstone and his spent months driving the country, hoping these towns still existed and then photographing them and their residents. Some residents are deeply amused by their town names – Funk sells teachers announcing I’m going to Funk U in the fall! while others are embarrassed or non-plussed by the names. After all, the town of Cheeks still has plenty of Cheeks living there

After logging 38,000 miles in his trusty Trooper for his first photo odyssey, PASSING GAS, Gary Gladstone hit the road again, determined to visit the most oddly named towns in the United States and photograph the people who call them home. In REACHING CLIMAX, you'll meet quirky folks from Spasticville, Kansas; Burnt Corn, Alabama; Yeehaw, Florida; and more. Providing rare and unexpected glimpses of this vast country's far corners and tucked-away spots, this road-trip-in-a-book is a fascinating visual document of what makes America so unique.Reviews“This highly enjoyable photography book had us at ‘climax.'”—Penthouse Forum“The whole thing is fun and funny from start to finish.”—San Francisco Chronicle“[A] delightful read.”—USA Today“This beautifully photographed book isn't solely about our region, but its title comes from a town in Minnesota's Red River Valley, and its portraits of oddly named hamlets are irresistible.”—St. Paul Pioneer Press“[A] rib-tickler.”—Sun Find out how Big Ugly got its name in this video about the making of the books Reaching Climax and Passing Gas 
Fog
Gary Gladstone has done it again; "Reaching Climax" is a fantastic read! I just bought 4 more copies to give as gifts to some family friends and they all loved it!

Gary's talents as a storyteller are equal or better then his creative eye. The images created by Gary to enhance the experience of visiting each town are truly enchanting.

Gary's first book in the series, "Passing Gas" and his newest edition, "Reaching Climax" are both testimonials to his love for all things Americana.
Nalmetus
I really enjoyed this book, the stories and the pictures. A great book to have on the coffee table. It was in excellent condition and highly recommend this seller.
Bloodfire
One day, my husband and I, when we retire will most likely use these 2 books as our "bibles" when we buy our RV and travel the country. I really am enjoying reading both books and will keep this author in mind.

I would recommend this book to others just as a way to see how different people live. Can you imagine living in a place where the population is 4??? Great books!!!!
Helo
There he goes again!

Armed only with a camera and quick wit, Gary Gladstone guides us through this fascinating country of ours. I dare you to read this book and not come away with a smile on your face. Simply put...it is just plain fun. No matter who you have in mind, this is the perfect gift.
Kabei
This book is a great comical read about small town America.I really enjoyed it and it make a great conversation piece.
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