I love books! I've been perusing the book shelves and see there are a few new titles that address landscape photography, the how-to type, dealing with the approach to the art.
Some are pretty basic and quickly dissolve into rehashing PS techniques. One caught my attention and I may go back for: National Audubon Society Guide to Landscape Photography by Tim Fitzharris. I was kind of put off by the "Audobon Society" title and expected a rather glossy Time/Life over view but on reflection several points have piqued my interest.
I've run into the same "rehash of PS techniques" problem (and "rehash of camera usage" too) when looking at books, and recently spent several hours in a bookstore checking out the photo books and noting which ones were more than just the rehashes. There's no lack of interesting-looking books, but there's way more junk (Sturgeon's Law applies:) What I ended up with was:
* Braash: "Photographing the Patterns of Nature"
* Phtographer's Guide to Light
* Step-be-Step Composition Techniques
* Th Complete Guide to Night & Low-light Photography
* The World' Top Photographers Landscape
* Digital Photography Fine Print Workshop
* AmPhoto? Understanding Exposure
* Close-up & Macro: A Photographers Guide
* Photographing the World Around Us
* Shooting & Selling Your Photos
* Photo Portfolio Success
* Best Business Practices for Photographers
* National Audobon Society Guide to Nature Photography
(obviously the list has more than just nature photography books, as there's much for me to learn in many areas)