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Coast & Countryside

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Originally published in two volumes, Coast and Countryside, this exquisite collection reveals the true beauty of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland's countryside and coastal heritageThree leading British landscape photographers celebrate the diversity of Britain's natural heritagein this photographic tour rangingfrom the fells and lakes of Cumbria and the wilderness wetl ...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by National Trust (first published July 17th 2011)
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Mar 02, 2014 Graham rated it liked it
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Some fine photographs, particularly by Joe Cornish. Short pieces of text about properties and areas of coastline owned and managed by the National Trust, but oh my goodness, did anybody proof-read this book? There are mistakes on virtually every page - and its not as if there is very much text anyway. It is not just the little words, an when it should be and etc. The Farne Islands are called the Fame Islands maybe three or four times. Very poor.
But the photos do convey the variety of the British
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