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by Peter Wood

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Peter Wood
ISBN: 0715394819
ISBN13: 978-0715394816
Language: English
Publisher: David & Charles; First Edition edition (March 1, 1991)
Pages: 120
Fb2 eBook: 1318 kb
ePub eBook: 1878 kb
Digital formats: lrf mobi docx doc

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In photographs, paintings, words and even embroidery, the book captures the beauty of our living skyline. Recently it has been shown that trees are fragile - vulnerable to acid rain, Dutch elm disease, gales and developers. The Woodland Trust is at the forefront of the battle to save our trees, and all royalties from this book will be used to further their efforts to purchase and preserve threatened woodlands.

A Celebration of Our Living Skyline. Published March 1991 by David & Charles.

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British Book Awards’ Illustrated Book of the Year, 1996. Beechcombings: The Narratives of Trees. Botanical Society of the British Isles’ President’s Award, 1996. East Anglian Book Award, 2011. Nonis, U; Paul Sterry (1993).

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Library of Congress Control Number: 91189819. Personal Name: Wood, Peter, 1956-. Corporate Name: Woodland Trust (Great Britain). Rubrics: Trees Pictorial works Trees in art Literary collections. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Over 100 of Britain's artists, photographers and writers have collaborated on this book which is designed to celebrate the magic of trees and woodland. In photographs, paintings, words and even embroidery, the book captures the beauty of our living skyline. Recently it has been shown that trees are fragile - vulnerable to acid rain, Dutch elm disease, gales and developers. The Woodland Trust is at the forefront of the battle to save our trees, and all royalties from this book will be used to further their efforts to purchase and preserve threatened woodlands.
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