By: Andrew Nadolski, Richard Scrivener and Tim Smit
130 pages, Col photos
In 1996 Andrew Nadolski began photographing the unique landscape of Porth Nanven, a remote beach on the west Cornwall coast. What began as an intensely personal set of pictures has grown to that of major exhibited work keenly sought by collectors.
Published for the first time in book form, together with a fascinating essay by Dr Richard Scrivener of the British Geological Survey and a passionate foreword by Tim Smit, the work takes on an extra dimension.
Here we see the interaction of land and sea that so fascinates Nadolski, not as isolated images but sequenced as a visual poem.
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