Author Tags: Photography
While a photographer, graphic designer and senior lecturer in the graduate publishing program at Simon Fraser University, Ron Woodward co-wrote Along the Inside Passage (2005) with his wife Meredith Bain Woodward, a travel and photography book derived from their many years of sailing in the Pacific Northwest, partly on a 40-foot 1975 Valiant named Erramus.
Ron Woodward and Meredith Bain Woodward are co-authors of:
British Columbia Interior: An Altitude SuperGuide (Altitude Publishing, 1993)
Land of Dreams: A History of Photographs of the British Columbia Interior (Altitude Publishing, 1993)
Along the Inside Passage: Stories, Pictures and Incredible Facts from Seattle and Vancouver to Skagway (Altitude Publishing, 2005)
[BCBW 2005] "Photography"
Along the Inside Passage
The crow’s larger brother, the raven (Corvus corax), is distinguished by a bigger bill, a low croaking voice (as opposed to a ‘caw’) and is often featured in First Nations legends as a trickster or transformer figure. Photographed in Rivers Inlet in 1913, the rare raven totem shown in Along the Inside Passage (Altitude, $39.95) is one of hundreds of excellent images among stories, pictures and facts gathered by Meredith Bain Woodward and Ron Woodward, with mini-bios on George Vancouver, Mungo Martin and Alexander Mackenzie, etc. The Woodwards join a rich tradition of cruising couples who have produced worthwhile books on the B.C. coast. 1-55153-218-2