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  Issue Date: 11 / 2017  
 

The Transcendentalist Trail



Iris Brooks
 

THOREAU IN CONCORD. PHOTOS & MONTAGE © JON H. DAVIS & IRIS BROOKS Click image to enlarge.


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ODE TO GREG LOOKERSE AT FRUITLANDS MUSEUM. PHOTOS & MONTAGE © JON H. DAVIS Click image to enlarge.



Iris Brooks–a long time contributor to the World & I–has enjoyed exploring the natural world on all of the continents, writing about ancient cedar forests on the southern islands of Japan, photographing sand in the Sahara, and making films with partner Jon H. Davis about ice music in Norway and the rainforest in Borneo. Learn more about the collaborative work of Brooks and Davis at the Northern Lights Studio website, http://www.nlscreativemedia.com
 
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