"In this superb collection Randlett, who knows her subject well, majestically captures the physical qualities of the Pacific Northwest. Her work represents splendid environmental perfection: one knows these definitive photographs could have been taken nowhere else. This beautifully presented collection should be made available to everyone interested in the art form."
"This quiet, reflective collection is filled with photos that work like poems. It invites repeat visits because of the subtlety of Randlett's art-much of it focused on light, clouds, and mist-and also because it stands as a stern rebuke of what growth and development are doing to a bounteous natural world that once seemed immutable."
-John Marshall, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Like all the great landscape photographers, Randlett avoids excess studio manipulation and instead lets her subject do the talking. And oh, how Mother Nature talks-or rather sings-in front of her lens."
"Randlett's interest isn't in place as much as mood and composition. And of course, the main ingredient in these introspective studies is light, its endless variations, its absence."
-Sheila Farr, Seattle Times