Throughout the history of photography the genre of landscape has been dominated by male perspectives. In this work, ten women photographers interpret the notion of landscape from a variety of perspectives.

chapter |21 pages

Introduction: Between Seeing and Knowing

ByLiz Wells

chapter |4 pages

On Being Able to See the Wood and the Trees

ByRoberta McGrath

chapter |22 pages

Notes on Beauty and Landscape 1

ByDavid Bate

chapter |18 pages

Wilderness Dreams

ByStevie Bezencenet

chapter |18 pages

Landscape of Imminence: Brenda Pelkey

ByMartha Langford

chapter |12 pages

Ladies and the Landscape

BySue Swingler

chapter |28 pages

A Conditional Presence: Women Landscape Photographers in Europe

ByJohn Stathatos

chapter |9 pages

Envisioning: Processes and Practices

ByLiz Wells