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Argyll

Argyll (Paperback)

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These books are not simply pictures of what we can see from our car window, nor simply misty landscapes but photography which gets to the heart of both the landscape and its human component. While covering all the main attractions in an area the photographers have sought out the quirky, the curious and the unknown to give a new dimension to a land we all thought we knew. Argyll - the enduring heartland - with a coastline longer than that of France is one of the most beautiful counties in Scotland and also one of the most varied. From holiday towns on the Clyde to the stark grandeur of Ardnamurchan, from the great inland sea of Loch Awe to the flat plain of the Add - the Great Moss, its range of scenery is astonishing. The seat of the reputed Dark Age capital of the Kingdom of Scots, of romantic castles such as Stalker and Kilchurn, of great houses such as Inveraray, it is a landscape moulded by man from earliest times. This is the first photographic study to concentrate on a county which in many ways remains still a kingdom apart.

Art, Fashion & PhotographyPhotography & photographsPhotographs: collectionsTravel & MapsPlaces & peoples: pictorial works Publisher: Birlinn General Publication Date: 01/09/2005 ISBN-13: 9781841583556  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Allan Wright was born and educated in Glasgow and studied Geology and Geoscience at St Andrews. Following this he worked in Oil Exploration in Aberdeen, Norway, Vietnam, Libya and Bangladesh. Since 1986 he has worked as a freelance photographer and has published postcards, calendars and CD Roms. His books include On the Rigs (written with George Gunn, Keepdate Publishing) and Arran and Galloway (both written with Tony Bonning, Cauldron Press Ltd).

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