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Northern Exposures: A Magnum Photographer's Portrait of Rural Life in the North East of England Paperback – 7 Jun 2007
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The book captures a dying way of life; exposing a fascinating culture of ferreting, whippet racing and pigeon fancying, as well as the harsh realities of the country side. In a way, his study is a love letter to a region and culture for which he feels deep, undying affection. --Arches
A realistic view of modern country living. Each image provides authentic, natural, and sometimes graphic snaps which celebrate northern life. --Evening Chronicle
A photographic diary of life in the North-East, humorously and sympathetically shot by internationally renowned photographer Chris Steele-Perkins, has been launched by Northumbria University Press. Northern Exposures brings to life a way of living probably never encountered or considered by most - but which will be recognised with fondness by many. --The Northern Echo
From the Author
"This is a book of photographs about the people who use and
work the English countryside and it is about people and their relationship
ferrets, dogs, pigs, birds horses and more.
I hope it balances the demands of being a social document of some
historical worth and the aesthetic aim of being a collection of beautiful
One always falls short, but I hope you will find it compelling."See all Product description
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