ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: March 1, 2004
Elements: The Landscape of Scotland
By (author) Craig McMaster
Craig McMaster is one of Scotland’s leading black and white photographers. In this unique collection of images, he captures the essence of Scotland’s wild landscape and the magnificent timelessness of nature. Divided into three sections–Highland, Coastline and Woodland–Elements is aphotographic celebration of the stunning and diverse scenery of Scotland. McMaster’s photographic art is testimony both to the awe-inspiring strength and the increasing fragility of our precious environment. Includes an Essay on the Land by the John Muir Trust and a Foreword by renowned Scottish artist, George Wylie.
Reviews of Elements: The Landscape of Scotland
'This is a beautiful coffee table book, reflecting the unique landscapes that can be found across the whole of Scotland. His black and white photographs are very atmospheric' Scotland in Trust Magazine 'In this 130-page compilation of striking black and white images, Craig McMaster captures the essence of Scotland's wild landscape and the timelessness of nature. … these photographs will impress and inspire.' Scots Magazine 'Beautiful, crisp photographs that capture Scotland's multifarious terrain perfectly.' Scottish Arts News
Craig McMaster’s award-winning photographs have appeared in two major solo exhibitions. He lived on the west coast of Scotland for several years, but is now based in Edinburgh. He has his own website www craigmcmaster.co.uk