Dawyck Botanic Garden

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With Fay Young

Dawyck Botanic Garden Guidebook

ISBN 978 1 906129 5 6, softback, 48pp.

Informative and fully illustrated, the Dawyck Botanic Garden Guidebook provides a wonderful accompaniment for any trip to RBGE's Border's woodland Garden and is also used as a thorough reference source for those unable to visit.

 Please contact pps@rbge.org.uk to order this title.

 

http://www.rbge.org.uk/about-us/publications/publications-catalogue/guidebooks-leaflets-and-maps/garden-guidebooks

Benmore Botanic Garden

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With Fay Young

Benmore Botanic Garden Guidebook

SBN 978-1-906129-72-9, paperback, 48pp.

The definitive full-colour guide to Argyll's magnificent mountainside garden. An essential companion to your visit and the perfect keepsake.

Please contact pps@rbge.org.uk to order this title.

 

http://www.rbge.org.uk/about-us/publications/publications-catalogue/guidebooks-leaflets-and-maps/garden-guidebooks

The Magic Moment

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"How do you take the perfect photograph?"
What goes into capturing a fleeting moment before it vanishes forever, and turning it into a memorable photo? "The Magic Moment" showcases a collection of awe-inspiring nature-based images where everything came together perfectly. They re taken by some of the world s finest photographers, who explain how planning, preparation, patience, technique, and, of course, luck, helped all the elements fall into place."

More:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Magic-Moment-Extraordinary-Photographs-Nature/dp/8854410683

Otters Return To The River

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Writer Anna Levin sets this work in the context of Laurie’s own life’s story as she accompanies him to the riverbank. Her notebooks offer a vivid glimpse of the photographer at work and of the otters that enchant them both. This beautiful book is lavishly illustrated throughout, divided into seasonal chapters and charts Laurie’s personal quest to capture these endearing creatures in their natural habitat. It also offers an insight into Laurie’s philosophy - to look closer to home, rather than further away to connect with our own natural environment.

More: http://www.birlinn.co.uk/Otters-Return-to-the-River.html