Windermere by John Morrison
Description of Windermere by John Morrison
Ever since the late-18th century visitors have enjoyed the the Cumbrian Lakeland landscape. What were up until then considered terrifying heights became objects of affection. Numerous books have been written, with wonderful prose description, alongside marvellous illustration of many different types and styles. Windermere, by John Morrison is yet another welcome addition to this list of books describing many facets of the Lake District landscape. His words and photography combine to give a thoroughly enjoyable time around this beautiful lake, even if many miles away.
Also, there's a very interesting story of industrial activity on Windermere (the wartime building of flying boats) in Wings on Windermere by Allan King.
Key Product Details
- Author: John Morrison
- Binding: Hardcover
- ISBN: 0711228698
- Number Of Pages: 128
- Publication Year: 2009
- Publisher: Frances Lincoln
- Title: Windermere
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Another Note From The Site Editor On The Lake District Landscape Section
The wonderful Lakeland scenery is largely determined by the local geological structures hence there are publications on this theme. Then there is the landscape of towns and villages, from prehistoric megaliths to more recent houses and gardens, small towns, hamlets and villages, with the roads and trackways between them. Windermere by John Morrison is one of the large number of titles in this category. We hope you enjoy it and will also take a look at the many other books that we have included under Lakeland Landscape.