Summit published by Aperture, celebrates the mountain LF Photography of Vittorio Sella in the years 1879-1909. Sella's works feuled the imaginations of the likes of Ansel Adams and Bradford Washburn so I guess my imagination is in good company. Anyone familiar with this book? Haunting mountain landscapes of the Alps, the Caucasus, the Saint Elias Range, the Ruwenzori and the Himalayas. Accompanied by informative essays that put a very real face on a pioneer LF mountain photographer, its a book I found as inspirational as it is beautiful. Many of Sella's expeditions were made as a "recording photographer" for the Duke of Abruzzi, Luigi Amadeo di Savoia. The logistics of LF photography with wet colloid glass plates and a Kinnear 30x40cm camera puts my own LF logistics challenges into perspective. For Sella, like Adams and Washburn, the subject demanded nothing less than LF and the bigger the better. Anybody else out there have a chance to peruse this one? Cheers!