In August, 2011, Michael Grace-Martin took during a road trip with his family through Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota for approximately 2.5 weeks. He found the light, colors, architecture, and terrain to be very different than those found in Upstate New York where he and his family live.
This trip got him thinking about that epic American film, “How the West Was Won” which follows four generations of a family that moved westward from western New York state to the Pacific Ocean. Since “winning” the West, what have we done with it?
This book showcases his photographic journey through the “Won West”.
"Going through this book is like sipping a fine wine aged to perfection." -- reviewer
(There are 152 color, black & white, and sepia photographs featured in this book.)