By: Colin Varndell
126 pages, Col photos
Wild Dorset, The Year in Photographs documents Dorset's landscape and natural history through the course of the year, beginning with a portrait of a tawny owl in January - which is when nesting a site is established - and ending nearly 200 glorious photographs later in December with a view out over the Fleet and Chesil Beach, when a low wintry sun both rises and sets over the sea.
Subtle changes continuously occur in the Dorset countryside throughout the year, in response to breeding, migration, weather conditions, and the natural ebb and flow of the seasons. The result is a portrait of Dorset's flowers, insects, birds and animals by one of Britain's most talented photographers.
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