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AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE

Author : LeRoy Bailey, Jr.
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As Far as the Eye Can See

Author : David Brill
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Many an armchair hiker has dreamed of traversing the Appalachian Trail in its entirety. In 1979, David Brill became one of the first of a new generation to complete the Georgia-to-Maine hike. Published by The Appalachian Trail Conference, As Far as the Eye Can See chronicles his six-month, 2,100-mile walk, a quest to live simply and deliberately, with room to grow, to breathe, to change, to discover what really mattered to him. This book is required reading for anyone interested in getting beyond the day-to-day slog of the hike to explore the emotional and spiritual dimensions of a long journey on foot.

As Far as the Eye can See

Author : S. Denham Wade
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Eyes were one of the very first body parts to evolve more than 500 million years ago, and their structure has remained virtually unchanged through most of evolutionary history. But eyes alone were never enough for Homo sapiens. From the mastery of fire a million years ago to the smartphone today, humans have repeatedly invented new ways to see their surroundings, each other and themselves. Artificial light, art, mirrors, writing, lenses, printing, photography, film, television, smartphones – these tools didn’t just add to our visual repertoire, they shaped cultures around the world and made us who we are. Drawing on sources from anthropology to zoology, neuroscience to Netflix, As Far As the Eye Can See traces the history of seeing from the first evolutionary stirrings of sight and discovers that each time we changed how or what we see, we changed ourselves and the world around us. Along the way, it finds, sight slowly eclipsed our other senses. Are we now at ‘peak seeing’, the author asks. Can our eyes keep up with technology? Have we gone as far as the eye can see?

As Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Weyburn R.M. #67 History Book Committee
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As far as no eye can see

Author : Arwed Messmer
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Longleaf Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Bill Finch
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Longleaf forests once covered 92 million acres from Texas to Maryland to Florida. These grand old-growth pines were the "alpha tree" of the largest forest ecosystem in North America and have come to define the southern forest. But logging, suppression of fire, destruction by landowners, and a complex web of other factors reduced those forests so that longleaf is now found only on 3 million acres. Fortunately, the stately tree is enjoying a resurgence of interest, and longleaf forests are once again spreading across the South. Blending a compelling narrative by writers Bill Finch, Rhett Johnson, and John C. Hall with Beth Maynor Young's breathtaking photography, Longleaf, Far as the Eye Can See invites readers to experience the astounding beauty and significance of the majestic longleaf ecosystem. The authors explore the interactions of longleaf with other species, the development of longleaf forests prior to human contact, and the influence of the longleaf on southern culture, as well as ongoing efforts to restore these forests. Part natural history, part conservation advocacy, and part cultural exploration, this book highlights the special nature of longleaf forests and proposes ways to conserve and expand them.

As Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Stephen Pradarelli
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"A discussion of research taking place at the University of Iowa"--

Land as Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Donald Warrin
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An entertaining and innovative account of pioneering Portuguese men and women who settled the vast frontier of the American West

As Far As The Eye Can See

Author : Rudy Henry Wiebe
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As Far As the Eye Can See

Author : Phil Walden
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Who is Angel and what happened to her? These questions face disgraced investigative journalist, Joe Start, as he probes the case of a recently awakened coma patient who remembers nothing of her past. Start's quest for the truth takes him from his rural backwater exile to the heart of politics in Westminster, where an embattled party leader fights to survive and a secret Machiavellian conspiracy threatens the nation's democracy. Aided by Olivia, a newly arrived intern, Start discovers Angel's true identity, leading to a bloody confrontation deep in the Fens, one which will shape his destiny and the future of his country.

As far as the eye can see photographs

Author : Ron Oliver
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As Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Simon Sitwell
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An autobiography in novel form by the last family to live in Barmoor Castle

As Far As The Eye Can See

Author : Matt Bircher
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As Far As The Eye Can See is a story filled with twists and turns during the search for family and ultimately love. Only in his late twenties, Evan Stevenson finished his state senate campaign on top. The long, tiring process has left him completely empty. There has always been something that never allowed him to ever truly be satisfied. He has a hint of what is missing in his life when he finds a photograph that introduces him to his late father. With so many questions left unknown about his roots, he begins his search for answers. Throughout the journey of finding himself, he is faced with a rollercoaster of emotions. After paying a visit to a family member, it leads him to a place where he never imagined going. He begins to gain closure and answers to some of the questions he once had. During his time here, light will be shed on his past and on the biggest part of his life that he has left behind. It will be up to him to find it.

Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Robert Bausch
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A Union veteran several times over, Bobby Hale has repeatedly deserted and re-enlisted under different names to earn the enlistment bonus. After the civil war, he sets his heart on California, but only makes it as far as Montana. Now after shooting the wrong people he has to evade not only the US Army but also the native population. Against the growing conflict of the Great Sioux War, Bobby is travelling across the harsh horizon to make it back to Eveline, a poker-playing wagon owner who has taught him that he does not have to spend his life alone. Within miles of the woman he believes can save him, Hale's trigger finger lands him in trouble again, changing the course of his journey and setting him on a heart-stopping adventure across the Great Plains. Across ten years and thousands of hard-won miles, Bobby comes to understand the wilderness through those he encounters: the pioneers on the wagon trail who follow the glittering promise of gold; a Crow Brave who shows him meaning of real freedom and strength; and the militia men, still carrying the scars of the recent war, whose hatred of “Injuns” is even stronger than their fear. Far as the Eye Can See is the story of life in a place where every minute is an engagement in a kind of war of survival, and of how two people in the midst of such majesty and violence can manage to find a pathway to their own humanity.

For As Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Robert Melançon
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In the 144 poems of For as Far as the Eye Can See, Robert Melançon re-imagines the sonnet as a "rectangle of twelve lines," and poetry as "a monument as fragile as the grass." Impressionistic, seasonal, allusive, in language sharp and clean, this form-driven collection is both a book of hours and a measured meditation on art, nature, and the vagaries of perception. Robert Melançon is one of Québec’s most revered contemporary poets and a two-time winner of the Governor General’s Award. A longtime translator of Canadian poet A.M. Klein, Melançon has been the poetry columnist for Le Devoir and the Radio-Canada program En Toutes Lettres; he is also a critic and has been a professor at the University of Montreal. In addition to the Governor General's Award he is a past recipient of the Prix Victor-Barbeau and the Prix Alain-Grandbois.

Art and Fear and Art as Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Paul Virilio
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Paul Virilio is one of contemporary continental thought's most original and provocative critical voices. His vision of the impact of modern technology on the contemporary global condition is powerful and disturbing, ranging over art, architecture, science, politics, visual culture and warfare. In Art and Fear, Virilio traces the twin development of art and science over the 20th century. In his provocative vision, art and science vie with each other for the destruction of the human form as we know it. This is a radical take on the state of art for a post-human and post-historical world. In Art as Far as the Eye Can See Virilio considers the effects that the technological advances of the 20th century have had on art, aesthetics and politics and looks at the way in which these technologies alienate us from our physical environment.

As Far as the Eye Can See

Author : Moshe Dann
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These stories are open-ended, a subtle hint that there is something else that is about to happen, but untold, bringing together a private, individual experience and a sense of what could be, the rhythm of wonder and surprise, things turned inside out, an unbalanced expectation that can only be resolved in the reader s mind. The stories are not meant to entertain, but to draw the reader into a complexity that rebels against the conventional, a sense of the uncompleted that is always at the core of reality and creativity, that requires a question, rather than an answer. -Moshe Dann

Nurse As Far As the Eye Can See

Author : Jeff Stanley
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The Perfect Activity & book: A Beautiful cover on a book with lots of fun games, puzzles and challenges. Use your imagination to create comic storyboards. Good for notes, story writing, school assignments etc. Also great for Drawing, Writing, Painting, Sketching, Doodling, Tattoo Designs, Animation, School, Class and Home ! Great activity book for burned out nurses, doctors and health care staff that are in need of positive activities during coffee breaks or after work. Good quality white paper. Best for , pencils, crayons, colored pencils, watercolor paints, and very light fine tip markers. Perfect size (6" x 9") Premium design. Beautiful abstract cover A perfect gift for yourself as a hard working nurse, doctor or health care personal - or for someone you admire that are doing a great job. Also good as a birthday gift for someone you know working in the health care system or voluntary organisations. Get Your Copy, Today

Fields of Poppies As Far As the Eye Can See

Author : Etienne Oggeri
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The odyssey of Karl Haze of the French Foreign Legion among the mountain tribes of Vietnam. A tale of the destructive power of racial discrimination overcome only by the greater power of love.

Lawrence Weiner

Author : Lawrence Weiner
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Lawrence Weiner is one of the primary figures associated with the emergence of conceptual art in the 1960s. This text represents the full range of Weiner's practice, from the early 1960s onwards, from his early paintings to his work in language, including works on paper, films, videos, books, and public commissions.