A great coffee table book of a beautiful and historic English city.
Bath has enjoyed travelers to its natural springs since the first century when the Celts and the Romans began building temples at the springs. From then on visitors have come from all over to bathe in the healing waters dedicated to the Goddess Sulis Minerva, and marvel at the architecture of many generations.
The city's rich designs can also be seen at Bath Abbey and the Georgian built Royal Crescent. While the Pump Room, with its beautiful fountain running with the spring's healing waters, still draws guests to Bath from around the world.
Anna Bishop currently resides in Colorado working in the performing and visual arts. She holds an MFA from the University of Exeter in Staging Shakespeare and intends to return to England soon to continue photographing her series of Modern Views in such a historic and culturally rich country.
Bath Published May 25, 2008