Book: Fall by Christopher Griffith

Christopher Griffith’s hyper-macroscopic photographs of color-changing leaves are breathtaking in a marvelous way. Silhouetted against black backdrops, the leaves make up the pages of a book simply titled Fall (PowerHouse Books 2004) that took four years to complete. It’s clearly a labor of love, not to mention skill and precision... [Full disclosure: CG is a TreeHugger sortof cousin]Technically, these photographs are almost scientific in their approach, but their subject matter is a constant reminder that whether you live in New York City or the Green Mountains of Vermont, the singular beauty of the Northeast’s autumn foliage is a wonder worthy of exploring in an extremely acute manner. $39.95 ::PowerHouse Books