David K. Langford
Fog At Hillingdon
Wednesday, October 7th 2015
About David K. Langford: Widely respected nature, wildlife and western-image photographer David K. Langford stands as one of the industry’s most accomplished artists. By viewing photography as a form of art, Langford has generated — and continues to create — works as distinctive and memorable as the subjects he selects. Fog at Hillingdon, is his second book in the Kathie and Ed Cox Jr. Books on Conservation Leadership, sponsored by The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, at Texas State University. His earlier book, Hillingdon Ranch: Four Seasons, Six Generations, photographed by Langford and co-authored with Lorrie Woodward-Cantu has been hailed one of the most important books on ranching and conservation ever published!
About Fog At Hillingdon: The book, Fog at Hillingdon, is a photographic look at fog in the Texas Hill Country, and an exploration of why land stewardship is important to all.
In his own words David K. Langford explains the magic that rises from the pages of Fog at Hillingdon, “As a photographer, I've always been drawn to the challenge of seeing the well-known from a new vantage point. This book of fog images focused on Hillingdon Ranch’s surroundings gave me the opportunity to see my family’s beloved home from a fresh, ever-changing, often fleeting perspective. Thank you for joining me on this journey of magical discovery.”