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Red River Gorge, My Second Home
Plenty of Copies Available
I have once again teamed up with Acclaim Press to create another hardbound coffee-table book featuring the dramatic landscape, vibrant scenery and rich foliage of eastern Kentucky’s Red River Gorge area (near Natural Bridge in the Daniel Boone National Forest). Oscar Geralds, Jr., a Lexington attorney who helped lead the fight in the late 1960's to prevent the building of a lake that would have flooded "the gorge," wrote the book's foreword, in which he shares about that momentous time in Red River Gorge history.  

Book Front cover

The large 11”x11” top-quality volume of 224 glossy pages will be filled with full-color photographs, along with first-hand accounts of my experiences in that awesome place. These exclusive photographs showcase one of Kentucky’s most treasured areas, known for its 100-plus natural stone arches, extravagant displays of springtime wildflowers, stunning autumn color and varied recreational opportunities such as world class rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, camping and more.  

Sample Page Morning Blush

Sample page above shows "Morning Blush" from the chapter entitled "My Second Home."

Sample Page Through the Arch

Sample image above is a double page spread of "Through the Arch," a photo of Star Gap Arch, from the chapter entitled "Set in Stone."

The book retails for $44.95. To order your copy (or copies!), **Click Here to for order form** You may also call me to order the book, at 1-859-229-6033. Payment accepted by check (made payable to John W. Snell Photography), money order, PayPal or credit card (Mastercard/Visa/American Express/Discover).

All images and text Copyright John W. Snell, 1999-2015.
This page last updated on March 16, 2016.