Coast and Countryside

Coast and Countryside : Joe Cornish, David Noton and Paul Wakefield

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Over a hundred years ago, the National Trust was founded to preserve places of historic interest and natural beauty in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Today it protects around 252,000 hectares (623,000 acres) of land and over 700 miles (1126km) of coastline. This exquisite collection reveals the true beauty of Britain's countryside and coastal heritage. The variety is unmatched - from the fells and lakes of Cumbria and the wilderness wetlands of the Fens to the granite columns of Giant's Causeway and the spectacular beaches of the the Cornish Coast. This collection is not just a celebration of Britain's diverse and extraordinary beauty but also the photographer's art. Three leading British landscape photographers capture unforgettable images of Britain's remarkable natural heritage, and encourage the preservation of our unique countryside and coastline for future more

Product details

  • Hardback | 272 pages
  • 212 x 240 x 24mm | 1,120.37g
  • National Trust Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 250
  • 1907892192
  • 9781907892196
  • 612,759

About Libby Purves

Joe Cornish is an acclaimed contemporary landscape photographer; the author of "Joe Cornish: A Photographer at Work," "Light and the Art of Landscape Photography," "Scotland's Coast," and" Scotland's Mountains"; and the coauthor of "Developing Vision and Style" and "Working the Light." David Noton is an award-winning landscape and travel photographer and the author of "Waiting for the Light." Paul Wakefield has collaborated with Jan Morris on landscape books of Wales, Scotland, and more