Photographer Steve Pidcock sees faces in the magical reflections of water and rock along the Susquehanna River. Though not everyone sees them in the same way, more than 200 images show the beautiful scenery, details of rocks, plants, and shapes and colors of the seasons and how, with a slightly different perspective, they reveal surprising results. Early Native Americans used these waters as a major highway. Today, sports enthusiasts and environmentalists use it for recreation and research. Laid out in what the photographer calls "Verti-zontal Art," the humorous and sometimes dark "beings" within the images take form. If you love art, nature, history, or just enjoy viewing the world from a different vantage point, then this book is for you.
Stephen W. Pidcock attended Ft. Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, studying biology. His love of photography was acquired while watching his father photograph the many places where they traveled as a family. Stephen resides in southern Pennsylvania.