St Kilda in a new light: a visual poem to the islands at the edge of the world Photographer Alex Boyd captures the lesser known side of the enigmatic islands of St Kilda in a new photography
Using a ‘battered medium format camera’ that once belonged to landscape photographer Fay Godwin, Alex balances the well documented beauty of the islands with a new, modern perspective on the military presence on the island that is lacking in exposure.
The stunningly haunting images of the military roads, installations and the remains of conflict show the complex relationship between the Ministry of Defence and the National Trust to help preserve this UNESCO World Heritage site.
‘A visual poem rather than a guide’, St Kilda: The Silent Islands offers an insight into the communities living and working on St Kilda today.
As a thank you to those who have supported my work, I’d like to offer a discount on the purchase of the book and print bundle. Bought separately the book and print would cost £60, however as a limited offer they are available to pre-order on my website for £40.
For a limited time however you can take advantage of a £5 off voucher which will be available until the book launches at the end of April, making the book + print offer only £35 + postage.
The print ‘Borerary from Hirta’ is limited to an edition of 100, with an image size of 6×6 inches, signed, and presented on Hahnemühle archival paper. Use the discount code BORERAY10 in the checkout for this special deal.
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