What a thrill it is to see this comparison, somewhat of a dialogue between photographers reaching across the decades showing us just not where we are today, but from where we’ve come. Delightful!
—Richard “Dick” Noyes, formerly of, with wife Judy, Chinook Bookshop
Colorado Springs has been in a state of change since it was founded in 1871. Now, the dramatic new iconography you hold in your hands captures—like lightning in a bottle—some of the greatest of those transformations through the eyes of artists with the ability to capture real-time in a photograph . . . for all time.
—John Dwaine McKenna, Award-Winning Author: Colorado Noir
With this book, we have witness to the startling changes that occurred in Colorado Springs as it transformed from a sleepy frontier town to a growing metropolis. A Changing Landscape takes you on a journey—The Creative Eight, using Murray’s images as inspiration, interpret and recreate his iconic images, resulting in a fascinating comparison of then and now.
— Don Jones, Don Jones Photography