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Scotland - The Wild Places
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Author:Colin Prior
Publisher:Constable & Robinson
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Colins impressive panoramic pictures have appeared in countless magazines, calendars, postcards and books. We would go as far as saying he is Mr Panoramic creator of sweeping images of beautifully exposed landscapes. This latest book is horizontal format, so, unfortunately, it wont fit neatly with your other photo books, but the shape lends itself to the panoramic format with many of the images crossing over two pages. Production quality is high and there are over 80 colour images within the 192 page hardback.
The content is split into the four seasons with comments from Colin in each section. Looking at the photos its obvious Colins sat around for hours waiting for the perfect moment when the cloud breaks and the sun hits the right spot. And reading the copy gives an insight to the way he works, which go together to inspire any outdoor photographer.
All the photograph locations are indicated on a map, though some will be inaccessible to all but the keen hill climber.
Great book and well worth having if you enjoy landscape photography.

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