A Year in the Life of Snowdonia Hardcover – 6 Aug 2009
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Bill Birkett has a wide-ranging eye that captures the colossal as well as the quirky and the curious. The captivating book depicts the rugged beauty of the high peaks around Snowodn and the outlying ranges, as well as the low-lying landscapes and townscapes from Conwy to Aberdovey. (Western Daily Press)
Crammed full of stunning photos, illustrating the four seasons and its affects of the Welsh landscape… A great gift for any keen walker or amateur photographer. (Westmorland Gazette)
The great joy is the fact that the photographer loves the landscape they are capturing and it shows in the stunning photos. (Irish Mountain Log)
We're told every picture tells a story; well you certainly have an abundance of stories here, with every photographer wishing they could take photographs like Bill Birkett. (Welsh Country)
Every year climbers, walker and nature-lovers trek there in their many thousands. Here they have a book to help them to cherish and preserve their memories. As for those who have not been fortunate enough to join these happy pilgrims, it gives a fine taste of what they have been missing. (Evergreen)
About the Author
Bill Birkett is one of Britain's foremost mountain writers and photographers. Photography, climbing and walking have been his lifelong passions. He first started exploring the mountains with his father Jim Birkett, a leading climber and naturalist. Twice a winner of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild BEST OUTDOOR BOOK for his A Year in the Life of the Duddon Valley. and A Year in the Life of Langdale Valley, Bill is also the author of photographic portaits of Borrowdale and Glencoe and Scafell - Portrait of a Mountain.
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