A photographic exploration of the beauty and wildness of Brittany’s most majestic department.
[ non-fiction / photography / art ]
The first 50 copies will be signed by the author.
A photographic journey through the wild, dramatic yet often sublime landscapes of the most tempestuous department of Brittany, France. These photographs celebrate the untamed rawness of the terrain while also finding moments of great beauty and tranquility. And they explore the scale of the environment and our place in it.
The 113 photographs are mostly in colour plus some rich black & white images. The book is lavishly printed on high-quality paper.
Many of the images featured in the book are also for sale as high-quality art prints. These are hand-printed to order and are available direct from the photographer.
Steve Mansfield-Devine has been a photographer for more than 40 years. His work currently focuses on the French landscape, and in particular on the traces that mankind leaves in the environment. You can discover more of his work on his portfolio website.
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