A landscape great turns his eye on the Grand Canyon
By By Kim Castleberry; Photography By Jack Dykinga
Published August 1, 2008
Updated July 1, 2016
First, Jack Dykinga won the Pulitzer Prize, and then he found his calling. As a young photographer in the 1960s and ’70s, he used the gritty streets of Chicago as his background to photograph the news. Trading skyscrapers for the wide-open desert, Dykinga has become one of the most respected landscape photographers working today.
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