Marianne Taylor, photographed by Andrew Perris
Owls have existed for at least 60 million years. Yet they remain full of mystique, menace and even magic. Do they herald happy events or are they harbingers of doom? Solitary, silent in flight, rarely seen, but with an intense, disconcerting stare when sighted, we think of them as wise and full of knowledge. Owls have intrigued us from the earliest times we hear but don’t see them, conjuring them up in our imaginations and filling our literature with legends about them. This book, with its fascinating photographs and facts, casts a shaft of light on Shakespeare’s ‘night’s herald’. Our photographer, Andrew Perris, has captured them in all their enigmatic beauty and we present an illuminating line-up for your inspection.
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Published: Jul, 2013
Andrew Perris has tackled a wide range of challenging commissions during the 20 years he has worked as a photographer. These include photographing champion breeds at agricultural and poultry shows for Beautiful Pigs, Beautiful Chickens and Beautiful Ducks. His numerous corporate and advertising clients include Virgin, Sainsbury's, Parker Pens, P&O Ferries and Royal Bank of Scotland.
- 112 pages
- H 210mm x W 250mm
- flexibound with flaps
- full colour throughout
- 19,000 words
- Printed ISBN:978-1-908005-97-7
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