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Pastonkik: Abazi


Hardcover: $51.95

Book Type: Print


A collection of tree photographs by nature photographer Kimberly J Tilley. In this book there are a few of her favourite images of trees from her backyard and travels along trails. The images were created from 2007 - 2020 at various locations in the USA. This book series title, Pastonkik, means "in the United States" and it comes from the Abenaki language. The Abenaki are from the Northeast. Native American languages and Latin are used in this series to identify specimens. There are 18 books in total featuring Kimberly's favourite landscapes, waterscapes, insects, plants, birds and wildlife images.


"The elm trees of the northeast have been devastated by the dutch elm fungus via elm bark beetles, that arrived in the 1930s. 100 million trees across the USA has been lost to the beetle. A new cultivated elm species is being tested for resistance against the fungus in New Hampshire's capital, Concord." -Page 14

Book Details

Book Type: Print

ISBN-13: 9781006662195

Edition: 1

Publisher: Blurb


Language: English

Pages: 36

Interior: Color

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About The Author

Kimberly J Tilley (1979) lives in New Hampshire, USA where she spends most of her time tending to her family and dreaming up more art to create. Occasionally she takes a break from managing her print-on-demand shops and creating new artwork to pull together her art books. She is a nature photographer by trade but dives into other art forms too.

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