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The Light at St Ives [Paperback]

Ann Kelley
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26 April 2010
Ann Kelley's new collection of black and white photographs, taken between 1980 and 2009, shows the natural beauty of St Ives, one of the most loved Cornish towns. The fascinating, dreamlike pictures were taken in a variety of locations which embody the essence of St Ives: the sea, artists studios, fishermen's lodges, homes, galleries and churches. With her ancient Nikon FM as well as with a digital camera, Kelley records the ever changing light at St Ives. The photographs are accompanied by texts by Rosamunde Pilcher, Sir Terry Frost, Brian Barron and by poems by Helen Dunmore and Sylvia Kantaris.

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  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Luath Press; First edition (26 April 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1906817634
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906817633
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 782,687 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ann Kelley left her convent high school at 17, married at 18 and had two children. She is now a novelist, poet and photographer and lives on the edge of a cliff in Cornwall with her second husband and two cats. After surviving several winter disasters including being struck by lightning they now move to the town during the worst of the weather, to live next door to her daughter and grandchildren. Ann has had several books published including two poetry collections, two books of photographs, and an audio book of cat stories and the novels The Burying Beetle, Bower Bird, and Inchworm. She has won several awards including the Costa Children's Book of the Year for Bower Bird. Her books Koh Tabu and Dark Eden are published by Oxford University Press.

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About the Author

Ann Kelley is a photographer and prize-winning author. She has previously published a collection of poetry and photographs, a book of photos of St Ives families, an audio book of cat stories, and a number of novels. These include the Gussie series, the second of which, The Bower Bird, won the children's Costa prize. The fourth in the series, A Snail's Broken Shell will be published in summer 2010. She lives with her second husband and several cats on the edge of a cliff in Cornwall where they have survived a flood, a landslip, a lightning strike and the roof blowing off. She runs courses for aspiring poets at her home, writing courses for medics and medical students, and speaks about her poetry therapy work with patients at medical conferences.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Memories of St Ives 11 Jun 2010
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I loved this book, it brought back so many happy memories of when I was 20 and lived and worked in St Ives in the late 60's for one glorious summer. The black and white photography is beautiful and transported me back to the St Ives I knew. The narratives were such a joy to read, I loved every one. St Ives has changed so much since I lived there but I still love to visit and walk it's streets and think about the happy carefree times and the soft early morning rain always makes me feel 20 again.

This book is a joy and has pride of place on my coffe table. I pick it up often and wander down memory lane, it's gorgeous!
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1.0 out of 5 stars not as expected 19 Dec 2012
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received this today what a waste of money nothing about st ives just random pictures that really bear no meaning to st ives as I knew if you bought this as sovenerign to rememder st ives by there was nothing in it but a few black and white photos of painters and rooms really can,t relate this to the st ives where I spent the summers in my youth
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