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Beautiful, inspirational, educational. Another fantastic post. Thanks for passing along the book, one that I will definitely check out as a fan of David Stark Wilson and nature inspired architecture.
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John Hill
Thanks, Mike. You might also want to check out Wilson's earlier photography book. It's a great coffee table book with beautiful photos of the American West.

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