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Lynn Davis and A. T. Mann Sign “Sacred Landscapes”

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On Saturday, November 27, Hudson residents Lynn Davis, the renowned photographer, and A. T. (Tad) Mann, an architect, author and astrologer, signed copies of their recently published book, Sacred Landscapes: The Threshold Between Worlds, at a reception hosted by Timothy Dunleavy at his shop Rural Residence, on Warren Street in Hudson.  The book is about the constructs of man and the accidents of nature that transcend the bounds of earth and reach toward the divine.  For decades Davis has traveled the globe, capturing ethereal images of such places; Mann explains their history and the myths that naturally attach to them.

Author A. T. Mann and photographer Lynn Davis signing Sacred Landscapes

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