In the Footprints of Wainwright

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Frances Lincoln, 2005 - Travel - 288 pages
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Derry Brabbs spent the best part of a decade taking the photographs for thearge-format illustrated walking guides, which A Wainwright wrote from 1984o 1992, when his legendary series of "Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells"as complete. This is a fascinating account of Derry's training anddventures from his early days as a photographer, including his first meetingith Wainwright and the joys, trials and tribulations of working on projectsith the great fell walker. It contains insights into Wainwright's uniquepproach to publishing, straight from the horse's mouth. It also haspectacular photographs of famous long-distance walking routes including theoast to Coast Walk and the Pennine Way. It has a wealth of practical adviceor the would-be outdoor photographer.

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User Review  - Mj - Goodreads

Nice mix of photos and text. Partly a book of photos, partly a record of the photographers friendship with AW. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Brabbs' professional career as a writer and photographer spans nearly 30 years. He has worked with the Council for the Protection of Rural England.

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