Landscape is a book by UK-based landscape photographer, Jeremy Walker.
This 232-page hardback book features a foreword by the editor of Amateur Photographer magazine, Nigel Atherton, and is subdivided into three sections, England, Wales and Scotland.
Although Jeremy leads many workshops, the book is not instructional, it’s more of the coffee-table variety with a collection of atmospheric images. Each image is accompanied by a paragraph giving a little of the history of the location and a second describing the atmosphere of the place and/or Jeremy’s experience during the shoot.
Many of the images feature a ruined historic building or man-made structure, there are Cornish tin mines, welsh castles and abandoned cottages, each telling a story about the landscape.