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The Cuillin By Gordon Stainforth

The Cuillin by Gordon Stainforth

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Summary

The Cuillin, on the Isle of Skye, form the finest single chain of mountains in Britain, rising straight out of the sea to a height of over 3000 feet. This award-winning volume of photographs, by British photographer Gordon Stainforth, explores the savage beauty of this unique mountain region.

The Cuillin Summary

The Cuillin: Great Mountain Ridge of Skye by Gordon Stainforth

The Cuillin, on the Isle of Skye, form the finest single chain of mountains in Britain, rising straight out of the sea to a height of over 3000 feet, and presenting a landscape of light and rapidly changeable weather. This award-winning volume of photographs, taken by British photographer Gordon Stainforth, explores the savage beauty of this unique mountain region, and captures the essence of rock climbing and scrambling in the area.

The Cuillin Reviews

"* 'I can imagine the book glowing in the dark. The Cuillin is far more than a collection of brilliant photos. It is a coherent whole, a homage in images, poems and prose to the best mountain ridge in Britain. Gordon Stainforth has had the last word on the subject' - Jim Curran, High Magazine * 'Gordon Stainforth's photographic tour de force... revealing him as something of a philosopher besides master landscape photographer' - Stephen Goodwin, Independent * 'A masterpiece' - Alpine Journal

About Gordon Stainforth

Gordon Stainforth is one of Britain's leading mountain photographers, and the author of several other books of mountain photography including the award-winning Eyes to the Hills.

Additional information

GOR003258691
9781841195414
1841195413
The Cuillin: Great Mountain Ridge of Skye by Gordon Stainforth
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Little, Brown Book Group
2002-04-25
256
N/A
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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