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O ofercie » Lake Michigan Morning - reprodukcja25PLNGaleria Plakatu
Lake Michigan Morning - reprodukcja
Lake Michigan Morning - KENNA Michael
Kolekcja szwajcarskiej firmy WIZARD & GENIUS. Druk z przetłoczeniami . Reprodukcje - pięciokolorowy druku offsetowy na kartonie min. 250 g/m2. Nadaje się zarówno do zawieszania samodzielnego jak i do oprawienia w ramy lub antyramy.
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Waloon Lake - reprodukcja
Waloon Lake - BITTAR Pierre
Kolekcja niemieckiej firmy PGM Art. World. Reprodukcje - pięciokolorowy druku offsetowy na kartonie min. 250 g/m2. Nadaje się zarówno do zawieszania samodzielnego jak i do oprawienia w ramy lub antyramy.
O ofercie » LAKE MICHIGAN MORNING, CHICAGO,...141.3PLNdekoruj.pl
LAKE MICHIGAN MORNING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, USA, 2001 - reprodukcje, plakaty - 70x70cm.
Kod: WGM-3.09802 - Autor: KENNA Michael. Druk offset, wytłaczany na papierze min. 250 g/m2. .
O ofercie » Lake Effect25.7PLNPodrecznikowo.pl
An iconic book about American youth and friendship between young men. Everyone has had a friendship like the one Rich Cohen immortalizes in Lake Effect: a friendship that defined you at a critical time, that gave you courage, that transported you from adolescence into the beginnings of adulthood. With hilarity and disarming tenderness, Cohen chronicles a golden moment and the bittersweet legacy it left behind.
Cohen grew up on the North Shore of Chicago, in Glencoe, Illinois, ?the perfect town for a certain kind of dreamy kid, with just enough history to get your arms around. In the summer, he and his friends slept on the beach: Tom Pistone, who drove a ?61 Pontiac GTO, walked with a swagger, and dated girls in polka dots; Ronnie Flowers, gullible and earnest, always the butt of someone?s joke; and Jamie Drew. Jamie had moved to Glencoe from a working-class town west of the city, and he had been raised without a father. Cohen was from the affluent part of town known as the Bluffs; his own father was the dominant figure in his life. The two boys became inseparable. Jamie ?was what, for years, looking in a mirror, I had hoped to see looking back at me.
Lake Effect is about growing up on the Great Lakes, emerging from the shadow of a father, falling under the spell of an unforgettable friendship, and the pain of looking back on that friendship with adult eyes. What happens to the self of childhood? Can a person vanish so cleanly into adult life? In a memoir that stretches from the shores of Lake Michigan to the streets of the French Quarter to the hallowed halls of the old New Yorker, Rich Cohen captures the humble dreams?of kissing girls, getting drunk for the first time, driving to a jazz club in ?the city in a borrowed car, seeing the Cubs finally win from the cheap seats at Wrigley Field on a summer day?that fueled an epic bond between two young men. Writing at the height of his powers, with impeccable comic timing and a gift for the perfect anecdote, the indelible turn of phrase, Rich Cohen captures the grandeur and sorrow and sweetness of youth.
O ofercie » EBOOK Wreck of the Carl D.34.47PLNSelkar
EBOOK Wreck of the Carl D.
On the night of November 18, 1958, the Bradley, a 623-foot limestone carrier, was torn apart during one of the most violent storms in Lake Michigan history, sinking in less than five minutes. Only four members of the crew survived the wreck, two of whom died battling thirty-foot-high waves that night, while the other two barely survived the freezing cold water. News of the Bradley shocked the residents of Rogers City, Michigan, a hard-scrabble town of 3,800 and home to most of the ships crew. Rogers City was dependent on the Bradley, and the ships loss nearly crippled the town. In Wreck of the Carl D., Michael Schumacher reconstructs, in dramatic detail, the tragic accident, the perilous search and rescue mission, and the chilling aftermath for the small Michigan town that many of the victims families called home. Publishing on the 50th anniversary of the wreck, Schumachers dramatic follow up to Mighty Fitz is a wonderful addition to the literature of the Great Lakes and maritime history.
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Chicago City Guide 4e
Boldly rising from the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago is the center of American innovation - birthplace of the skyscraper, house music, deep-dish pizza and the Ferris wheel. The urban hub of America''s heartland, the city exudes friendliness, creativity, hospitality and straight-talking humor. Our smart, stylish guide will help you discover Chicago your way.
Explore The City - whether surveying Art Institute impressionism, ogling Loop architecture, hanging out in Millennium Park or knocking back beers in Bucktown, our local authors inspire you to explore.
Have Fun - tested tips for finding free music festivals, hot dogs or haute cuisine, sandy lakeshore beaches or great seats at the friendly confines of Wrigley Field.
Go All Night - at avant-garde theaters, stylish West Loop galleries, sultry nightclubs or on a well-worn bar stool with 10 of your new best friends.
Hit The Road - expanded itineraries spotlight the best of the Great Plains, from breweries and bratwurst in Milwaukee to sand dunes and old Victorians on Michigan''s Gold Coast. ...these smart and exhaustively researched guides have become the gold standard for serious, independent travelers.'' --San Francisco Chronicle
O ofercie » EBOOK Beyond Walden34.47PLNSelkar
EBOOK Beyond Walden
Acclaimed geologist Robert Thorson has been fascinated by kettle lakes ever since his youth in the upper Midwest. As with historic stone walls, each kettle lake has a story to tell, and each is emblematic of the interplay between geology and history. Beyond Walden covers the natural history of kettle lakes, a band of small lakes that extends from the prairie potholes of Montana to the cranberry bogs of Cape Cod. Kettle lakes were formed by glaciers and are recognizable by their round shape and deep waters. Kettles are the most common and widely distributed "species" of natural lake in the United States. They have no inlet or outlet streams so they are essentially natural wells tapping the groundwater. Isolated from one another, each lake has its own personality, and is vulnerable to pollution and climate warming.The most famous kettle lake is Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts; but northern Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota are most closely associated with them. These lakes have had a tremendous impact on the livelihood and lifestyles of peoples of the area--Native Americans, early explorers and settlers, and the locals and tourists who now use the lakes for recreation. Thorson explores lake science: how kettle lakes are different from other lakes, what it takes to keep all lakes healthy, how global warming and other factors affect lakes. Beyond Walden has a strong environmental message, and will do for the kettle lakes of Americas Heartland--and beyond--what Stone by Stone did for the historic stone walls of New England.
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