The Perceptive Eye

Phelps, Virginia A.
June 1976
Natural History;Jun/Jul76, Vol. 85 Issue 6, p42
Presents the prizewinning photographs from the 1976 Natural History Photographic Competition. Stages of decay of a tilapia fish photographed by Thomas A. Wiewandt; Apple leaf taken by Stephen J. Diehl; Clamshell on beach by Dorothy A. Todd.


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