Lincolnshire: A Portrait in Colour



Lincolnshire was (in 2004) England’s second largest county.  Its towns and villages offer many contrasts.  There is Lincoln’s Gothic cathedral; Stamford, dubbed ‘England’s most attractive town’ by John Betjeman and Britain’s first conservation area; Boston, the capital of the Lincolnshire Fens; and Louth, the gateway to the folds and valleys of the Lincolnshire Wolds which so inspired Tennyson.

Attracted by these contrasts, Rod Edwards a well known local photographer, has spend the last year capturing the essence of the county on film.  His photographs and a text by Lincolnshire Life editor, Jez Ashberry, portray the county in all its glory – dykes, green lanes, windmills, grand country houses, ancient country churches, fields of daffodils, ploughed fields and wide blue skies.

Please note: This is a new book but old stock, hence the discounted price.  It is also a landscape book but until my new website is available in the autumn I can only display images in a portrait frame.  

Printed in 2004, it has acquired minimal aging of the dust cover but is otherwise in perfect condition.

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by Rod Edwards & Jez Ashberry


Countryside Books


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