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Countryside: Discover the Best of Rural Britain

Art / Photobook
By: Time Out
256 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: Ebury Press
Countryside: Discover the Best of Rural Britain
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Like the successful "Seaside", "Countryside" features the best of the British Isles, all beautifully photographed and evocatively brought to life. Thirty areas covering all types of the great outdoors will include woods and cliffs, hills and mountains, lakes and rivers, rolling meadows and rugged fells, many of which are undiscovered gems and off the tourist trail. Areas covered include: South Shropshire's Little Switzerland; Secret Cotswolds; Ullswater; Upper Thames Valley; Dorset Heaths; Best of Dartmoor; Highland Lochs; Wye Valley; The Farndale Daffodils; Teesdale Waterfalls; Wales' glacial lakes; South Downs; and, The Ancient Savernake Forest.

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Art / Photobook
By: Time Out
256 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: Ebury Press
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