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The Wind in my Face On the Trail of a Nature Photographer

Art / Photobook
By: Bridget MacCaskill(Author)
160 pages, 280 colour photos
The Wind in my Face
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A well-known naturalist, forester and nature photographer, Don MacCaskill died in May, 2000 while out for a walk in the forest he loved, his camera as ever at the ready. Faced with a collection of between 3-4000 transparencies his wife, Bridget, felt that so many of these were outstanding examples of both a gifted photographer and a dedicated naturalist, that they should be published.

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Art / Photobook
By: Bridget MacCaskill(Author)
160 pages, 280 colour photos
Media reviews

"He was a professional forester and a brilliant self-taught naturalist and wildlife photographer. Above all, from our point of view, he could communicate his enthusiasm to others [...] a huge portfolio of nature photographs of the highest quality. Now we are able to share some of them with her [Bridget]. What I find uncanny, is that in writing the text, she has found and reproduced Don's distinctive 'voice'."
- Extract from the Foreword

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