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by Priscilla Waugh

Author: Priscilla Waugh
Subcategory: Photography & Video
Language: English
Publisher: Aurum Press (June 1, 1999)
Pages: 180 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.3
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Through 80 photographs by the acclaimed Denis Waugh, this book traces the Thames from its source in the Gloucestershire countryside to the wide .

Through 80 photographs by the acclaimed Denis Waugh, this book traces the Thames from its source in the Gloucestershire countryside to the wide marshland skies of its estuary. Each photograph is accompanied by text exploring the river's past. I had absolutely no desire to tramp from the source of the Thames to the sea. But I'm so glad these two did. The book is simply but elegantly designed, filled with gorgeous photography and wonderful words. It's the perfect book to pick up anytime and browse through the stunning landscape and history of England. It's always interesting to find out how the landscape affects people and vice versa.

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A Journey from the Source to the Sea. by Priscilla Waugh. Published June 1, 1999 by Aurum Press. Check nearby libraries.

A perfect choice for both visitors to the UK and those who live along the Thames

A perfect choice for both visitors to the UK and those who live along the Thames. It shows the river in its many moods and the photography is absolutely outstanding.

This beautiful book celebrates the entire river from source to sea, and with wonderful photography and quirky .

This beautiful book celebrates the entire river from source to sea, and with wonderful photography and quirky text follows it on a voyage through Britain's history, as its path joins landmarks of the past with the urban landscape of today. London has so often been the beginning and the end of the Thames story, and whilst it forms a major part, this book gives an altogether more complete and unexpected view of one of the most famous, remarkable and well-loved rivers in the world.

journey to the river sea is an adventure novel written by Eva Ibbotson and published by MacMillan in 2001. It was a finalist for all of the major British children's literary awards (below), winning the Smarties Prize, ages 9–11, and garnering an unusual commendation as runner-up for the Guardian Award

Only to shortlist this wonderful book for the Carnegie Medal was an injustice, no matter what the other titles were! Here is certainly one of the finest, funniest, most exciting epic adventures ever written.

Only to shortlist this wonderful book for the Carnegie Medal was an injustice, no matter what the other titles were! Here is certainly one of the finest, funniest, most exciting epic adventures ever written. It is an extraordinary literary achievement, but none of this is more than we might expect from Eva Ibbotson. I should declare an interest, or rather make a confession, here

Through 80 photographs by the acclaimed Denis Waugh, this book traces the Thames from its source in the Gloucestershire countryside to the wide marshland skies of its estuary. Each photograph is accompanied by text exploring the river's past.