"Detail, perception, and sensitivity of whole surroundings. The combination of these qualities lives in Ketchum's work. And behind the exceptional work is a deeply committed and talented man." —Robert Redford

This majestic photograph by a modern master of the color landscape photograph of  Larsen Sound presents one of Alaska's enduring natural wonders, in all its beauty, but reflecting also the short-sighted environmental damage inflicted on such places by industry and the federal government. This cibachrome color print is signed by Robert Glenn Ketchum and accompanied by a copy of Northwest Passage.

Robert Glenn Ketchum (born 1947) is a renowned color landscape photographer whose work often contains an environmental message. Since 1968, he has been in over 400 one-person and group shows, including at the Smithsonian Institution, the International Museum of Photography, and the George Eastman House in Rochester. He is the  author of several photography books, including The Tongass (Aperture, 1987), credited with encouraging Congress's passage of the Timber Reform bill in 1990, and lives in California.