From Uniform Books:
“…the ordinary made stupendous”
This collection of plant portraits is not bounded by an ecologist’s quadrat, but by what has been gathered during the length of a regular lunchtime walk. The one hundred photographic specimens form a homage to Victorian botany from “the rear-garden cut-through, waste-ground, marshes and still rural in character back-lanes of the City of Truro’s rural-urban fringe”.
With a foreword by nature writer Mark Cocker, and an essay by Val Williams placing the work within the historical context of botanical photography.
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Full details, sample pages and Mark Cocker’s foreword
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