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ISBN: EEEEM
Essex Moods
Essex Moods
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When John Constable chose to paint the landscape of Essex almost two centuries ago, he recognised the unique nature of the scenery and light that Essex had to offer. In his turn, photographer David Gynn has been drawn by these same qualities, capturing the essence of the landscape though his exceptional photography. Having lived in Essex all his life, the photographer has the added advantage of knowing many of the untrodden pathways, seeking out the delightful corners of his native county, and capturing the moment that brings light and landscape perfectly together.

The photography in Essex Moods provides a wonderful portrait of the whole of the county, from picturesque villages, woodland and rolling fields, to the intimate byways of Constable Country. Here Essex is portrayed in its in its most varied and enticing moods, providing unforgettable memories in print for both visitor and resident alike. ISBN 1 84114 431 2, hardback, 214x230mm, 144 pages.

Moods of Hadrian's WallMoods of Hadrian's Wall - £12.95
The last northern outpost of the mighty Roman Empire, Hadrian’s Wall runs for 73 miles linking the Solway Firth to the Tyne and the North Sea. Much of the wall built by the Emperor Hadrian in AD117 to keep out the barbarians now forms part of a World Heritage Site. Now Tony Hopkins, the well-known local author and photographer, takes the reader on a photographic exploration of the Wall and its dramatic surrounding countryside.
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.
Moods of the Northumberland National ParkMoods of the Northumberland National Park - £12.95
Northumberland has sometimes been called England’s Empty Quarter – a wild and desolate landscape where a turbulent and at times violent history is always close to the surface. In this sumptuous new book, Tony Hopkins, an outstanding local photographer and author, directs his sensitive camera to record many unseen and unusual aspects of this forbidding land, which forms one of Britain’s 13 National Parks.
Portrait of Shropshire & the MarchesPortrait of Shropshire & the Marches - £14.99
Van Greaves, who knows the county well, manages to capture the essence of Shropshire through over 140 evocative photographic images, in this superb celebration of the border county.
North Devon MoodsNorth Devon Moods - £12.95
In 140 full-colour images, Peter Hendrie captures North Devon in its myriad moods, arousing the senses - sight, hearing and even smell - and depicting the solitude, spectacle, intimacy and sweeping vistas of this ever-changing landscape.
Lincolnshire MoodsLincolnshire Moods - £14.99
Husband & wife team Janet & Peter Rowarth look at the county and reveal many surprising and unsuspected gems, from the glories of the cathedral-capped city of Lincoln, to the superb architecture of country towns like Grantham, and Stamford, and the rolling rural acres of the hinterland.
Moods of the South DownsMoods of the South Downs - £14.99
The skies, the air, the song of the skylark are the essence of this great rolling expanse and it is this elusive yet all pervading spirit with its deep sense of history and place that this book seeks to convey. This is a photographic journey by master photographer Iain McGowan with text that will appeal to both visitors and Downland residents alike.
Lake District MoodsLake District Moods - £12.95
From the smallest detail to the grandest panorama, these photographs celebrate the endless variety of Lake District scenery. The searching light of a clear winter morning; dramatic stormy skies; the soft light of a misty day: all find a place in this splendid evocation by Jon Sparks.
Moods of the Bronte MoorsMoods of the Bronte Moors - £12.95
It’s the combination of upland country, well-wooded valleys and characterful mill towns that makes the South Pennines such a fascinating area to explore and photograph, and John Morrison’s stunning new book explores every aspect of this vastly under-rated landscape.
The Welshpool & Llanfair RailwayThe Welshpool & Llanfair Railway - £14.99
For nearly ten years Mike Heath has been visiting the line and the beautifully landscaped mid-Wales countryside through which it passes In this photographic journey he has sought to show why this line, which is often missed by travellers heading for more well known destinations, is well worthy of a day out all to itself!
Moods of the South HamsMoods of the South Hams - £12.95
Peter White has combined his detailed knowledge of the area and his love of its landscapes to produce this collection of beautiful photographs. Individually they capture the feel and the mood of particular places.
Moods of the North York MoorsMoods of the North York Moors - £12.95
A landscape of huge skies and dramatic coastal scenery, where a sense of wildness and remoteness is still remarkably easy to find. The photographs of Ian Carstairs encapsulate the wild beauty of this, too often underrated, National Park.
The North Yorkshire Moors RailwayThe North Yorkshire Moors Railway - £14.99
A photographic journey with Mike Heath who ecocatively illustrates the reasons why the railway can rightly boast to being the most popular heritage lines in the country.
Moods of StaffordshireMoods of Staffordshire - £14.99
Staffordshire has many ancient towns, with the cathedral city of Lichfield and Tamworth probably the best examples. Nearby, the heaths of Cannock Chase gives countryside recreation to thousands. Its southern boundaries border the Black Country, and offer historic, industrial and rural landscapes. Van Greaves’s stunning photography in this beautiful book will undoubtedly lure many more to this deserving region.
Moods of WarwickshireMoods of Warwickshire - £14.99
The outstanding photography of Van Greaves in this beautiful book shows the cottages, castles, stately homes and parks, and the many intricate corners of Shakespeare’s county. Included also are some towns and villages which are now part of the West Midlands but formerly Warwickshire, which retain the stamp of “Shakespeare Country.”
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.
Norfolk MoodsNorfolk Moods - £12.95
Those who are born and bred in Norfolk retain a fierce pride in their county – and the photographs in this book reveal much of the reason for this passion. Simply, Norfolk has one of the most picturesque and, contrary to the mistaken view, varied landscapes in the whole of Britain as this superb photographic collection by Terence J Burchell proves.
Lancashire MoodsLancashire Moods - £12.99
The image of Lancashire as a landscape of grimy back-to-back terraces, mill chimneys and cobbled streets takes a severe knock in this superb evocation of the north western county by award-winning photographer, Jon Sparks, through over 140 glorious images which throw an entirely new light on this most under-rated of English counties.
 
 
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