Book: “Life in Hell: Nature’s Beauty”

Collector’s Album Celebrates the Natural Beauty of HELL … Michigan

Open the hardcover book, “Life In Hell: Nature’s Beauty“, and the lucky reader discovers over 100 exquisite photographs of wildlife and spectacular four-season scenes that nestle among the rolling hills, stunningly reflective bays and flowing streams of Hell, Michigan.

Back Cover "Life in Hell: Nature's Beauty"

Back Cover of the book “Life in Hell: Nature’s Beauty”

These never-before seen images are the work of master photographer Victor Banta, who has explored every inch of Hell’s rich surrounds, from the Hi-Land chain-of-lakes to the flowering glacial moraines rising from their shores to the village’s historic dam on Hell Creek.

Each page presents an enticing new vista or intimate close-up, some baked in sunshine, others frozen in fog, each framing spectacular views of flora and fauna, including Mute Swans, Great Blue Heron and Sand Hill Cranes amid wildflowers and vivid seasonal scenes.

HELL is an ancient crossroads trod by Native Americans, fur hunters, explorers and traders. Early German visitors stepped into this lush landscape and pronounced it, “So schön und Hell!”

These stories and more are captured by photographer Victor Banta who has created a wonderful and rare coffee table book for friends and family to enjoy for generations.

This hard cover book makes a fine gift that will be joyously received. LIMITED EDITION.

Individual prints from the book are also available for those seeking spectacular wall or desktop art. For more information, go to

Inside pages "Life in Hell: Nature's Beauty"

Inside pages of the Book “Life in Hell: Nature’s Beauty”


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