A Vision of Snowdonia
The subject of this photographic tribute covers an area of 827 square miles in the north west of Wales and boasts a varied landscape of heather moors, lakes, wooded valleys, craggy mountains and dramatic coastline. Capturing the majestic scenery at different times of the year and in different lighting conditions, each of the images is presented in a wide-view panoramic format and printed across a double-page spread.
Portrait of Snowdonia
Snowdonia National Park, occupying the north-west corner of Wales, incorporates a varied landscape of moors, lakes, valleys, coastline and craggy mountain peaks. This collection of 140 carefully composed photographs is a study of the area through the seasons, contrasting, for example, the snow-capped peak of Snowdon itself in winter with the wild flowers in the Conway Valley in spring and the ancient woodland around Dolgellau in autumn.
The Lake District
Walks from Skiddaw to Scafell
Drawing on his four decades of walking and rock climbing in the Lake District, Jerry Rawson presents a guide to 21 walks that explore the valleys, summits, tarns and lakes of the Northern, North Western, Western, Central, Eastern and Southern Fells. Illustrated with maps and photographs, and graded for difficulty, the walks also reveal different facets of the Fells, including geology, people, history and the working landscape.