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Softly Wakes the Dawn An East Anglian Year of Nature

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Hugh Brandon-Cox
72 pages, Watercolours, photos
Softly Wakes the Dawn
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  • Softly Wakes the Dawn ISBN: 9780954572631 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #154430
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Fine wildlife and countryside art book on East Anglia.

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Softly Wakes the Dawn makes an ideal Christmas present for those who love the wide skies and peace and quiet of East Anglia. The celebrated Norfolk artist Hugh Brandon-Cox charts the nature year, and illustrates the book with his own water colours and photographs. This is Hugh's last and best book, created patiently as he fought a fatal illness, and we are proud to publish it.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Hugh Brandon-Cox
72 pages, Watercolours, photos
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