From the air Iowa is a huge patchwork quilt. The land is laid out in tidy squares, separated by white gravel farm roads, gray concrete state highways, and black asphalt county line roads. These prose poems and prize-winning photographs salute the people who have built the towns and farms still dotting Iowa’s landscape.
A retired Des Moines (Iowa) Register photographer, Bob Nandell lives in West Des Moines and continues to enjoy writing poetry, taking photographs, and building and running model railroads.
96 pages, illustrated in black and white