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Synopsis: The Isle of Skye is a world of contrasts - of mountains, of desolate brown moor, sparkling lochs, roaring waterfalls, sea cliffs and white coral beaches encircled by myriad islands floating in clear blue seas. Rich in history, as the backdrop to Bonnie Prince Charlie's flight from the English, it is the wild province of eagle, deer, salmon, seal and killer whale. Bill Birkett portrays the Isle throughout the seasons, from its awakening in spring to the icy grip of winter. In particular he focuses on the three key areas: the Red Cuillin, the Black Cuillin and the northerly and spectacular region of Trotternish.
About the Author: Bill Birkett is one of Britain's foremost mountain writers and photographers. Photography, climbing and walking have been his lifelong passions. He first started exploring the mountains with his father Jim Birkett, a leading climber and naturalist. Twice a winner of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild BEST OUTDOOR BOOK for his A Year in the Life of the Duddon Valley. and A Year in the Life of Langdale Valley, Bill is also the author of photographic portaits of Borrowdale and Glencoe and Scafell - Portrait of a Mountain.To find out more about Bill Birkett, click here
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