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Published: Oct 1 1999
Size: 10 x 12
photographs by Robert C. Clark
Robert C. Clark a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, has photographed South Carolina for the past eighteen years. His work has appeared in National Geographic books, Newsweek, Smithsonian, and numerous other publications throughout the U.S. He collaborated on two previous books with Tom Poland—South Carolina: A Timeless Journey and South Carolina: The Natural Heritage. Clark lives in Columbia.
Tom Poland is the editor of PMSC Today for Policy Management Systems Corporation. He has taught creative writing and is published widely in national and regional magazines. Poland lives in Columbia.
Walter Edgar is the Claude Henry Neuffer Professor of Southern Studies at the University of South Carolina in Columbia and is the author of South Carolina: A History.
"Some of the lyrical photographs rival old master oils."—Southern Living
"There's a reason you've seen Robert C. Clark's photographs in the pages of National Geographic books, a reason you remember them long after you've turned the page."—Cincinnati Enquirer
"Clark's work captures more than the look of a place; it communicates the mood."—Chicago Tribune
"Crafting the handsome new book, Reflections of South Carolina, was a breeze for authors Robert Clark and Tom Poland. The hard part came early when decisions were made regarding images to be used with the 187 pages. The number of striking photographs made the authors' toughest task the narrowing of choices to only 200."—The Columbia Star
"If you want to show someone what your state is like, get a copy of Reflections and take it with you when you travel. People will come to understand why you live here."—Charleston Post and Courier
". . . is an endeavor capturing a view that is at once static and full of movement."—Carolina Arts
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