Click to preview Britain In Ruins. photo book

This book is a collection of images and a brief history on some of the many ruins in the UK. Taken in infra red to capture the atmosphere of these wonderful locations. As the opening text indicates, I have a belief that a part of us lives on after we pass, and some of these locations are known to have the spirits of lost souls moving in and around their walls. The inspiration for the book came from a great appreciation of the work of Sir Simon Marsden.
I now live in Australia, and to visit the UK with all its obvious history is just a wonderful opportunity. I only hope that in reading this book, those that live in the UK can truly appreciate what it is that they have.


About the Author

Langley Porter
dreamscape1 Garfield, Victoria, Australia

Having taken photographs for the last 28 years, I have now ventured into the depths beneath the waves. I had captured most of what there was to above water in so far as subject types were concerned, and I needed to take the next step. I gained my open water diving licence in January 2010, and armed with a camera in a waterproof housing, I have gone on to capture many images. Some of those are found in my latest book, along with my advice on camera setup based on what I have played with in the last 12 months, that has enabled me to obtain satisfactory and consistent results. Photography is a great medium, and even greater when you are behind the lens and are the one capturing the images seen.

Publish Date  November 25, 2009

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  80 pgs   Standard Paper

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