- Follow-up to bestselling Oliver's Birds, as featured on BBC's The One Show
- Britain at its most breath-taking - ancient castles, flower-filled forests and more
- Introduction from Iolo Williams, Welsh Naturalist and wildlife presenter
"To look at Oliver Hellowell's photography is to see the natural world through his eyes." - Boudicca Fox-Leonard, The Telegraph
"In Ollie's hands [...] the camera is more than a mere instrument; it is an extension of his inquisitive mind." - Iolo Williams
From flower-filled forests to ancient castles and isolated lochs, from the concrete jungle to the play of sunlight across the sea, the latest book from award-winning young photographer Oliver Hellowell captures Britain at its most beautiful.
The British landscape is renowned for its infinite moods. Oliver's photography celebrates this, capturing rain-jewelled flowers and haunting, mist-shrouded ruins. Perhaps the most charming aspect of his work is his ability to highlight overlooked beauty. To some, the dandelion is nothing but a weed - but Oliver finds a worthwhile subject in even the humblest wildflower.
Insightful commentary reveals the inspiration behind each of Oliver's pictures. An ode to the British Isles from a passionate young photographer, every page demonstrates the enthusiasm and talent that endeared Oliver to his worldwide following.
Oliver's Birds ISBN 9781788840101
- ACC Art Books
- 20th Jul 2020
- 175 mm x 215 mm
- 156 Pages
- 150 color