New York Times Sunday Book Review

28 May 2015 8 Comments Home » Birds, Books | Art | Misc

A really fine, thoughtful review of my latest book with Helen Frost,
Sweep Up the Sun, in the New York Times Sunday Book Review.

“…beautiful in an unabashedly artistic way.
These photographs are as gorgeous as paintings.”

New York Times Sunday Book Review - SWEEP UP THE SUN

8 Comments »

  • Liz on Facebook said:

    Sheer beauty & wonder! Congrats to Rick Lieder’s for this stunning review of his “stunning photographs” — a rave in the NYTBR.

  • Meighen on Facebook said:

    What a sensitive and laudatory review… and so well deserved! I especially liked that they called out your exquisite pairing of words and images. My favorite is the brilliant, seemingly suspended cardinal with the words “stitching earth to sky with invisible thread”. Congratulations!

  • Patty on Facebook said:

    What a wonderful honor, Rick Lieder! Well-deserved. Most people don’t understand the countless hours it takes to capture those beautiful images, not always in the best outdoor conditions.

  • Ed on Facebook said:

    Rick Lieder and Helen Frost make the NY Times with their magnificent Sweep Up the Sun. I just wonder what took them so long!

  • Cobalt on Facebook said:

    Very fine work and achievement!

  • Connie on Facebook said:

    Super congratulations! The finest newspaper for a review of your fine work. Wonderful book!

  • Pete on Facebook said:

    You have created a new aesthetic for backyard flight, and the celebration of the overlooked. Opening eyes is a wonderful thing to do, and you have done it and continue to do it. I am so jealous.

  • Cyndy on Facebook said:

    Looks beautiful! And looks like we need a copy for the B&B! Congrats!

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