Photographing East Anglia Book

Photographing East Anglia Book

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This book is the definitive guide to the best photography locations in East Anglia, filled with inspiration and with co-ordinates and Google Maps locations to help you get there with ease.
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Features:

  • 150 locations
  • Over 800 beautiful photographs
  • Topographic maps
  • Sat nav and map co-ordinates
  • Public Transport Info to all locations
  • Sun compass
  • Best times to visit and seasonal highlights
  • Photographic tips
  • Accessibility notes
  • Travel information
  • The best places to stay, eat and drink

Photographing East Anglia

In this extensive photo-location and visitor guidebook, award-winning landscape photographer Justin Minns describes the most beautiful places to visit and photograph in East Anglia including The Broads, Norfolk, Suffolk, North Essex and Cambridgeshire.

Photographing East Anglia is a photography-location and visitor guidebook. An essential companion for anyone with a camera — whether you are using a high-end DSLR or a mobile phone camera — who is visiting East Anglia.

The landscape of East Anglia is unique, giving photographic opportunities not found anywhere else in the UK. Its extensive coastline, lapped by the North Sea, and stretching from the Wash in the north then south to the Thames Estuary, is home to wild marshes, sandy beaches and dunes, beach huts and old harbours filled with boats.

Numerous nature reserves allow access to some of the best birdwatching in the UK. Inland, the fens, heaths, villages, waterways and woodlands inspired the paintings of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough.

You will find medieval castles, ancient villages, stately homes such as Sandringham House—the private home of Queen Elizabeth II—and the historic cities of Cambridge and Norwich. The Broads National Park is an extensive wetland area, cut by seven rivers, where under big East Anglian skies, windmills and windpumps look over a timeless landscape of reedbeds and grazing marshes.

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Weight 5.000000
Brand Fotovue Books
Condition New
ISBN 9781916014503
Product Type Book
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