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A Most Rare Vision Shropshire from the Air

Art / Photobook
By: Mark Sisson(Illustrator)
160 pages, colour photos
A Most Rare Vision
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An unlikely but firm friendship between a professional wildlife photographer and a retired vicar with a passion for aviation has resulted in this extra-ordinary collaboration which celebrates the diversity of Shropshire, as seen from the air. Over a period of two years, Mark Sisson and the Reverend Henry Morrishave met up at short notice, weather permitting, to fly over different parts of Shropshire. Angling the small Socata aircraft at 45 degrees, Vicar Henry has put Mark in the right position to photograph the network of canals, waterways, ridges, hills and valleys, patchworks of crops, quarries, monuments, towns and villages. Mark has tried to capture the surprises and the beauty of Shropshire from the air.

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Art / Photobook
By: Mark Sisson(Illustrator)
160 pages, colour photos
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