Legendary photographer Martin Parr captures the magnificent and the mundane of Scotland in a fascinating new book that contains never-before-seen images



A woman feeds her child behind the smart swish of a kilt and Rangers fans look on mournfully at a footballing hero's funeral. 
It's not exactly the Scotland of Loch Ness and stunning vistas but it's captivating none the less. 
Martin Parr, one of Britain's most distinguished photographers, has been snapping away in Scotland for the last 25 years.
His new book, Think of Scotland (published by Damiani), casts his unusual eye over both the magnificent and the mundane found in Scottish life.
From Edinburgh tourists in the rain to capturing the tiny details of life on far flung islands like the... read more

 
22 November 2017 in Travel, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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