Scotland: A Visual Journey
|Rating||:||4.81 (599 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||160 Pages|
"Like strolling through the towns and countryside." according to Joe and Lois. Scotland: A Visual Journey. Rather than going for "spectacular," this book shows Scots and Scotland in everyday life. Really enjoying it.. A visual display armchair readers will relish Midwest Book Review Author Corrance has been photographing Scotland for more than a quarter of a century: in Scotland: A Visual Journey he provides almost two hundred color images of his photos, from people to places, creating a visual display armchair readers will relish.. Purchased as a Christmas present. Marvin R. Doering I actually bought this for my wife as a Christmas present. She visited Scotland last summer and has relatives there. She was very happy with it and had actually visited some of the spots pictured. My review is based on her reaction as I never read it myself.
The renowned photographer spent over a decade working for the Scottish Tourist Board, so it is not surprising to find in these pages a multitude of shots of the archetypal Scotland; however, Corrance skillfully manages to brings something new and surprising to every image. The result is a collection of striking photographs that will give readers a fresh understanding and clearer view of the many facets of Scotland's beauty.. Now, in this superbly produced volume, he takes us on a visual tour of his native land, from the rugged peaks of the Highlands to the country's diverse cities, towns, and villages. Douglas Corrance has been photographing Scotland for more than a quarter of a century
From the Publisher This handsome, photo-filled volume features 185 outstanding color images of Scotland and its people.