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Copyright © 2005 by Elizabeth Castro
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Cover photo credit: Elizabeth Castro
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For Andreu - my partner, my witness, my love
Every photographer dips her camera in her own soul, and paints her own nature into her photographs.
adapted from Henry Ward Beecher, U.S. abolitionist & clergyman (18131887)
Special thanks to...
Lupe Edgar at Peachpit Press, who helped shepherd this book through production, and
Nancy Davis, my wonderful editor at Peachpit Press, to whom I owe so much. (Same as last time, but still heartfelt, still so true.)