Picturing Scotland: Scotland's Wildlife
Content: Scotland's stunning array of wildlife is skilfully captured amid the dramatic landscapes that define the country. As well as iconic species such as the golden eagle, red squirrel, Scottish wild cat and red deer, many other creatures come under the lens to show the great diversity that is to be found around the country. This new collection contains approximately 110 pictures.
Market: Books in this series are bought by visitors and locals alike to give as gifts or to keep for their own enjoyment. They are also helpful to those planning a visit as the book leads the reader on a geographical tour of the area. To visitors, they are a great reminder of a visit, while local people buy them to send to friends and family to show off where they live.
About the author and photographer: Laurie Campbell is one of Scotland's leading natural history and landscape photographers. His picture library of over 180,000 images is the most extensive of its kind by any single photographer working in Scotland. His award-winning photographs regularly feature in magazines, books, exhibitions, displays and company reports. He studied photography at Napier University in Edinburgh and has since worked almost exclusively in Scotland, travelling from his Borders home to all parts of the country. Most of his work is carried out in the field using 35mm equipment and natural lighting whenever possible. He is dedicated to photographing genuinely wild creatures in their natural habitats. Laurie writes regularly for 'Outdoor Photography' (UK) magazine and has appeared in the television programmes 'Wildshots', 'The Photoshow' and 'BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year'. To date he has won 23 awards (including 3 Category Winners) in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
Greater black-backed gull
Starling (cloud of)
White-tailed sea eagle
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