30 Day Book Challenge · Books · Photography

30 Day Book Challenge: Day Thirty

You Favourite Coffee Table Book

Awww last day 😦 I’ve quite enjoyed this little challenge thing.

If I owned a coffee table and had the sort of house where you could artistically leave a book on it to be a ‘point of interest’ to visitors I would want it to be Yorkshire from the Air by Jason Hawkes.

As it is, the closest you’ll get to a ‘point of interest coffee table book’ is something like Where The Wild Things Are or The Very Silly Sheep sprawled in the middle of the front room floor after Tori has emptied the bookshelf…

Summary (from Amazon)

Marvellous new aerial photographs capture the magic of Yorkshire, urban and rural.

England’s largest county is also, in the view of many, its most beautiful – a richly varied landscape with its rugged northern moorland, the rolling chalk hills of the Wolds, and the hills and valleys of the Dales. It is also rich with glorious stately homes like Castle Howard and Burton Constable, medieval abbeys and castles and the historic towns of York, Scarborough and Harrogate. A highly informative commentary on the pictures is provided in the captions.

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