New Additions to My Old Books
I love old books. I love the look of them and I love the feel of them. I picked these up this afternoon at RBRBooks in Leland, North Carolina.
From left to right:
Birds of Massachusetts and other New England States, Vol. I, by Edward Howe Forbush and illustrated with color plates from drawings by Louis Agassiz Fuertes for the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, 1925.
American Mammals, Their Lives, Habits, and Economic Relations, by W. J. Hamilton Jr. of Cornell University, First Edition, Fourth Impression, 1939.
Everyday Problems in Biology, by Charles J. Pieper, Wilbur L. Beauchamp, and Orlin D. Frank, 1932 and 1936.
Charles Darwin, Autobiography and Letters, Edited by his son Francis Darwin, 1893.
Neewer 300DIs at their lowest settings and with softboxes, camera right and left, bounced off the ceiling.
Neewer 300DI a little over half-power and with barn doors and a honeycomb, high camera right.