About the Book
Choreographed over a period of twelve months, this pictorially orientated, coffee table book is testament to the four seasons. Shepherds Close was originally four properties, sympathetically converted during the 1930's into a Grade II listed country house. Situated in a southern corner of Chipping Campden in an area known locally as Westington, this imposing residence sits in a hectare of landscaped gardens, terraces, ponds, patios, mature trees and orchards - open to the public for just one mid summer weekend a year, these private gardens regularly attract visitors by the hundreds from both the provinces and overseas too !
Features & Details
- Category Home & Garden
Large Square, 12×12 in, 30×30 cm
- Publish Date Feb 22, 2010
- Tags shepherds close, country house, listed building, the cotswolds, chipping campden, open gardens, four seasons, paul weller, gardens, landscaping, ponds, terraces, patios, spring, summer, autumn, winter, weller, photo-journalist, smartfotos, smartphotos, gloucestershire
Paul has been shooting pictures professionally for well over thirty years - highlights include having just minutes to photograph the complete Midlands Today team for the BBC, waiting five hours for an audience with the now infamous Robert Maxwell, flying well over a thousand miles in a Chinook helicopter with just the pilots to rescue a sinking yacht, dodging terrorists whilst running a wildlife safari, documenting a myriad of semi-submersible rigs and oil drilling platforms in the North Sea - and he's also been lucky enough to work with an almost endless list of prominent people, blue chip companies and many multi-nationals too.