Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Closer: Seeing the World in Details by Michael Clinton









From Closer: Seeing the World in Details  by Michael Clinton copyright © 2015, published by Glitterati Incorporated www.GlitteratiIncorporated.com


"Seeing the world in details is the message of this book. The photos inside take you on a journey that is closer than most. There are no sweeping landscapes or familiar landmarks and monuments,. Instead, there are moments of discovery."
Michael Clinton, from the introduction





Madagascar

This is the seventh travel book by Michael Clinton, who is not only a prolific author and globetrotter, he is the President, Marketing and Publishing Director of Hearst Magazines. He has oversight of 20 publications including Harper's Bazaar, O, the Oprah Magazine, Esquire, Marie Claire, and others.









Above the Arctic Circle, Norway

Clinton's up close and personal images in this publication are thrilling to me. The view through a fine photographers lens brings us stunning beauty that is often overlooked in everyday life.





Buenos Aires, Argentina





Jaipur, India





Paris, France




Author Michael Clinton


All images courtesy of Glitteratiincorporated.com and Michael Clinton.

You may purchase this fascinating book, Closer: Seeing the World in Details by Michael Clinton at through your local bookseller or at Amazon. It is a fine edition for anyone's art, photography and travel library.


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15 comments:

Mark Ruffner said...

Dear Karena,

Michael Clinton records spaces the way I like to — up close and with an attention to details. I've found in my travels that it is in remembering the details that we do in fact also better remember the grand sweeps.

Kristen @ Pursuing Vintage said...

Such vibrant colors and interesting subjects. I love that photo of the statue (Argentina) - that pink is stunning.

Pura Vida said...

Such color

MJH DesignArts said...

Hi Karena, As always, this is a super review. The photos are pulling me to action. I'm back among the living, finally. xoxoxo Mary

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Looks like a great book....and I heard that they are going to take all the locks off ... :(
Just love the photograph ~ Above the Arctic Circle...amazing photography!

La Contessa said...

TO GLOBE TROT and SHOOT.............a DREAM!
He has captured some BEAUTY!

Leslie Harris said...

I love the concept of seeing the world through the details around us. Such a mindful way to go through life. Looks like a wonderful book.

Linda Merrill said...

Fantastic images! Thanks for posting about this book Karena!

peggy braswell said...

stunning + what a great eye for detail xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French bread & family said...

Karena!
I hope that I am finding you well!
What a beautiful journey. His concept is the very same as your blog.
Artful details are always alive and moving here.
~Lynne
w/L

designchic said...

This book looks amazing…love the colors!

Katie Clooney said...

Karena... Looks like a gorgeous book! Looks like a great hostess gift too!

Decor To Adore said...

I fully support Michael Clinton's way of thinking. What gorgeous images.

I wanted to invite you to stop by the Decor To Adore blog as I am currently hosting a giveaway for my treasured readers.

Have a beautiful day!

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Karena, this looks like such a vibrant, thought provoking book. As an editor, Michael Clinton has such a discerning eye, his work is rooted in the ability to locate the most stunning details, so I can only imagine how compelling the images in his latest book are. Thank you for visiting my garden today, and your kind comment. Happy weekend! Lidy

Vel Criste said...

What a unique and utterly ingenius way of showing of places! This would be a great gift to anyone!

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