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The Yorkshire Coast

Art / Photobook Out of Print
Series: Yorkshire Trilogy Volume: 1
By: Mark Denton(Illustrator), GP Taylor(Author)
128 pages, 100 colour photos
The Yorkshire Coast
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  • The Yorkshire Coast ISBN: 9780711233447 Paperback Aug 2012 Out of Print #199976
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Using a panoramic film camera, the author has captured the landmarks, hidden coves and seascapes of the Yorkshire coast from Staithes in the north to Spurn Head in the south, with detailed sections on Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, Scarborough and Flamborough.
His collection of photographs is accompanied by the texts of local author G.P. Taylor.

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Biography

Mark Denton is one of Britain's finest young landscape photographers, his work drawing praise from leading professionals. His work principally covers the north of England and has been used by clients worldwide. He is the author of London: the 100 Greatest Panoramas (Constable) and Yorkshire Moors and Wolds and Edinburgh for Frances Lincoln. He lives in North Yorkshire.

G.P. Taylor is best known as the author of the Shadowmancer series of children's ghost stories. He recently retired as the vicar of Cloughton near Scarborough, but his career has also included working in the music industry, social work and being a policeman.

Art / Photobook Out of Print
Series: Yorkshire Trilogy Volume: 1
By: Mark Denton(Illustrator), GP Taylor(Author)
128 pages, 100 colour photos
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"Stunning panoramic images that are unexpected and relevatory by turn"
- The Yorkshire Press

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