Description - Our New Jersey by Steve Greer
For all the popular stereotypes of crowded turnpikes and industrial wastelands, New Jersey is in reality one of the most beautiful and diverse states in the nation. From sweeping countryside to vibrant urban centers to the celebrated Jersey Shore, the Garden State has something for everyone, and then some. With this lavishly illustrated book as a guide, the cultural riches and natural splendors of New Jersey are within your reach. New Jersey offers a wide array of attractions, all captured here in Steve Greers spectacular photographs. Follow Our New Jersey to the landmarks and sites celebrating the states seafaring heritage, its role in the Revolutionary War, its famous natives like Thomas Edison, and much more. Let the book introduce you to cultural experiences as different as Native American festivals, Ripleys Believe It or Not! Museum, and Atlantic Citys bustling boardwalk. Explore the diverse ecosystems, wildlife, and outdoor activities of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, or the wetlands, barrier islands, estuaries, bays, and rivers of the Coastal Heritage Trail Route. And finally, discover the quaint towns, lighthouses, and beautiful beaches that attract countless visitors to New Jerseys famous shore. All of these and far more are on glorious display in this full-color celebration of the Garden State, giving natives and visitors, travelers and armchair tourists alike a chance to experience the extravagant offerings of the real New Jersey.
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(229mm x 305mm x mm)
Voyageur Press Inc
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Author Biography - Steve Greer
Steve Greers images have appeared in numerous books, periodicals, and newspapers including National Geographic, New Jersey Monthly, Sierra, Audubon, and the New York Times. Greer has won the National Wildlife Photography Award and the National Wildlife Annual Photography Competition, and he has exhibited his work at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. He lives in Lumberton, New Jersey.