It only takes a glance through the pages of Farcountry Press’ newest release, Montana: A Photographic Journey to see the scope, scale, and ambition of the project. Aimed to offer readers an insider’s tour of the Treasure State, resident photographers Stephen C. Hinch and Jason Savage’s knowledge and love for Montana shines in this comprehensive tribute. Although both photographers are independent professionals, they turned out to be the perfect duo to whisk readers along a statewide tour of Big Sky-sized wonders.
Showcasing the scenery and wildlife that make Montana such a beloved and exceptional place, Montana: A Photographic Journey is the newest installment of Farcountry Press’ Impressions/A Photographic Journey series. With Farcountry’s commitment to full-color quality printing and dazzling images, Hinch and Savage have produced one of the series’ best collections yet.
Steve Hinch (perhaps best known for his Yellowstone National Park photography) is coming off a great 2017 as a High Plains Book Award finalist. Jason Savage, known for his landscape and wildlife photography (as seen in Farcountry Press’ 2019 Glacier and Montana calendars) is similarly heading into 2018 with great momentum as he prepares for his much-lauded specialty photography workshops. Farcountry Press is thrilled to once again work with both photographers.
Each of the 118 full-color Montana photographs is accompanied by lively, informative text. These breathtaking images showcase Montana’s most popular and talked about locations, including:
• Glacier National Park and world famous Going-to-the-Sun Road,
• Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
• Museum of the Rockies
• Lone Mountain and Beehive Basin (Big Sky)
• Helena’s State Capitol
• West Yellowstone–the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center
• Also includes Lewis and Clark Caverns, the Beartooth Highway, Virginia City, Makoshika State Park, and more.
Montana: A Photographic Journey (ISBN: 978-1-56037-702-3, $12.95, , Farcountry Press, 2018) offers high-quality and accessible views of some of Montana most inaccessible wonders and is available now at local bookstores and gift shops, through online retailers, or from Farcountry Press at 1.800.821.3874, www.farcountrypress.com.