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ISBN: 9781841146843
Yorkshire High
Yorkshire High
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Yorkshire is Britain’s biggest county with a variety of land-, sea-, town- and city-scape to match. Within its borders it encompasses two National Parks (the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales), dynamic cities like Leeds and Bradford, historic cities like York and Ripon, ruined abbeys, palatial country houses and a magnificent coastline stretching from Spurn Head in the south to Staithes and beyond in the north. Yorkshire really does contain the best of Britain.

Many visitors are drawn by locations made internationally famous by television series. Others come because of Yorkshire’s literary associations: indeed, a whole area of the South Pennines by the Lancashire border is known as the Brontë Moors after the sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne, who grew up in their father’s atmospheric rectory at Haworth. Yet more come simply because of the spectacular variety of scenery, entranced by the way in which bleak moorland gives way to fertile valleys, by the criss-cross patterns of innumerable dry-stone walls, and by the way that rarely do you have to walk far in a town before you reach open and glorious countryside. There is no better way of comprehending this supremely alluring diversity than from a bird’s-eye view, the perspective from the skies opening-up undiscovered vistas and unlocking a further dimension in the attraction of ‘God’s Own County’.

Skyworks is an independent production company specialising in top-end High Definition aerial filming. The company has become one of the world's leading HD aerial archivers. On the television side, Skyworks produces a range of factual programmes, varying from series about history, landscape and heritage to observational documentaries.

ISBN 978 184114 684 3, hardback, 230x214mm, 144 pages. Published November 2007.

 
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Moods of the Yorkshire CoastMoods of the Yorkshire Coast - £12.99
Although perhaps not as well known as the Yorkshire Dales, the Yorkshire coast is one of the glories of the county of the Broad Acres. This is a stunning evocation by Ian Carstairs of the coastline from Middlesbrough and the Tees to the mysterious, shifting ‘tail’ of Yorkshire at Spurn Head.
The Yorkshire DalesThe Yorkshire Dales - £14.99
Following the success of his widely-acclaimed Discovering the Moors and Dales of the Peak District, award-winning photographer and author Jerry Rawson now turns his attention to the Yorkshire Dales.
Moods of YorkshireMoods of Yorkshire - £14.99
Yorkshire is hard to pin down, and as this new book by renowned Hebden Bridge photographer John Morrison shows, there are many ‘Yorkshires’. All these are captured by his sensitive, enquiring camera, in a stunning book which every lover of the county will want to own.
 
 
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