Yahoolavista Publishing

Photography and book publishing by Jack Anthony

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A new book about north Georgia's wonders of nature titled

Mountains and Waterfalls of North Georgia

      North Georgia has many attractions that appeal to residents and visitors alike: festivals, orchards, wineries, and small towns and villages. But the attractions that most appeal to our sensibilities and, indeed, rest our soul are these beautiful mountains and the waters that flow from them. Mountain heights, valley vistas, tumbling streams and cascading waterfalls call out to us to visit these wonders of nature. Using photographs and text this book encourages readers to explore even more the beauty of our natural heritage.

      In a previous book, Waterfalls of North Georgia (shown below), Jack Anthony‚Äôs photographs of 100 different waterfalls have been used by many to visit for themselves the different falls. This book is a companion to the earlier one with an expansive photographic collection of both spectacular mountain scenery and the abundant waterfalls interspersed throughout the mountain region. No private waterfalls are included but several significant waterfalls not in the previous book are displayed. Most of the places shown are easily accessible and within a two hour drive of a large population of Georgians. Directions to all of the points of interest are included.

      The 164 page hard bound coffee table book is priced at $39.25 and is available in the book stores and gift shops at the locations shown on the left.

by Jack Anthony

Edited by Marilyn Oberhausen

Mountains and Waterfalls of North Georgia

 

Mountains and Waterfalls of North Georgia is available on Amazon and at the following locations in north Georgia:

 

Dahlonega at

 

Cranberry Corners,

 

The Gold Museum,

 

The Visitors Center,

 

University book store,

 

High Cotton in Mary's Mini Mall;

 

Jack Anthony's photography gallery in the Gold City Antique Gallery.

 

 

Alpharetta at

 

Queen of Hearts Antiques and Interiors;

 

Cumming at 

 

Humpus Bumpus book store at 703 Atlanta Road near the Hobby Lobby shopping area;

 

Dawsonville at

 

White Interiors

278 Hwy 400 N,

 

Amicalola State Park gift shop;

 

Helen at

 

The Red Door in the Nacoohcee Village;

 

Sautee-Nacoochee at

 

Old Sautee Store;

 

Toccoa at the

 

Toccoa Falls College gift shop;

 

Tallulah Falls at

 

Tallulah Gorge State Park gift shop;

 

Clayton at

 

The Mountain Nature & Wild Bird Supply,

 

Prater's Main Street Books;

 

Mountain City at

 

Black Rock Mountain State Park summit visitors center.

 

Gainesville at the

 

Northeast Georgia  History Center at Brenau University;

 

Young Harris at

 

Brasstown Valley Resort

and Spa

 

Blue Ridge at

 

Cohutta Country Store

 

East Ellijay at

 

North Georgia Mountain Outfitters

 

Apalachicola, Fla. at

 

The Downtown Bookstore

 

Nationwide at

 

Amazon.com

 

Also available  from the author at

 

jackandjune@gmail.com

 

If you are interested in carrying the book please contact me at jackandjune@gmail.com

 

Jack's online photography galleries can be seen at

 

www.jackanthonyphotography.com and

 

www.landscapesbyjack.com

 

When in Dahlonega visit Jack's photography gallery in the Gold City Antique Gallery

 

Other books and publications by Jack

Corps of Cadets - The Boar's Head Brigade

 Edited by Marilyn Oberhausen

 

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The 174 page coffee table book tells the story through photographs of the four years of a cadets life in the Corps at North Georgia College & State University. The book was released October, 2009 and is available through the university bookstore.

Waterfalls of North Georgia, - The 132 page hard bound coffee table book with color photographs of 100 waterfalls across north Georgia has sold out and is no longer available.

Dahlonega, A Special Place - a photographic tour of Dahlonega and the surrounding area in a 165 page hard bound coffee table book has sold out and is no longer available.

Waterfalls of North Georgia

Edited by Marilyn Oberhausen

Dahlonega, A Special Place

Introduction and History by Anne Amerson

Edited by Kate Brehe 

Doors of Dahlonega

A 22x8 composite of photographs of doors on the square in Dahlonega. 

Waterfall Poster

About the book

18 x 24 inch poster showing 20 of the most well known north Georgia waterfalls

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