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Ranchland: Wagonhound is a stunning and rare-perspective large-format art book dedicated to the American rancher, who honors and embraces the traditions of the American West while working tirelessly to conserve the land for future generations and maintain its pristine condition.
Building upon the success of her two recent bestselling titles, West: The American Cowboy (2019), and American Cowboys (2021), renowned French photographer Anouk Masson Krantz captivates as she takes us on a deep dive into the private world of Wagonhound in Wyoming, one of America's largest and most revered working ranches, spanning more than 300,000 acres. Anouk's exquisite fine art photography offers a rare window into the cowboy ranching culture and land stewardship of this historic ranch and the breathtaking American West, and highlights the rancher's continued pioneering strength and enduring spirit in today's contemporary world from an outsider's perspective.
These pages reveal the daily and seasonal rhythms of the ranch and the daily lives of its men and women cowboys, whose long hard days start in the dark and finish in the dark―and involve everything from cattle driving to branding to training the fastest quarter horses in the country. The book includes an inspirational and powerful foreword by worldwide celebrated Gretel Ehrlich as well as other heartfelt contributions by historians Jeremy M. Johnston, Don Reeves and a new poem written for this title by legendary Russell “Red” Steagall, plus many others.