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Chiltern Landscapes A Collection of Photographs Portraying the Gentle Landscape of the Chiltern Hills in South-East England

Art / Photobook
By: Doug Kennedy(Author)
40 pages, colour photos
Chiltern Landscapes
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  • Chiltern Landscapes ISBN: 9780957415515 Hardback Nov 2012 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This photo book explores the beauty and atmosphere of the Chiltern Hills: its landscapes, wildlife and conservation, through the seasons. The images encapsulate the uniqueness of this little range of hills on the western outskirts of London whilst the text explains the nature and importance of the habitats, animals and plants portrayed. Landscape photographer and publisher, Doug Kennedy, has compiled some of his most lovely images into a photographic essay, exploring these lovely chalk hills starting in the Spring and closing in deepest Winter. Doug's images are very natural and unprocessed, imparting the natural beauty of his subjects.This is the full-size version that shows the photography at its best.

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Art / Photobook
By: Doug Kennedy(Author)
40 pages, colour photos
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