In the early pages of the book, you will see urban areas of Dorset that have changed massively.The skyline around Poole Quay is still dominated by the twin chimneys of the town’s power station, while in Bournemouth the Hants and Dorset bus station is a town centre landmark.The book ranges from the New Forest to Highcliffe and features the work of more than a dozen former and current Daily Echo photographers.It was compiled by the Echo’s Michelle Luther, who chose from many hundreds of photos.
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The book is introduced by Stephen Bath, who has provided a number of the colour photographs.
“I have been flying light aircraft over Dorset for 40 years and taking aerial photographs of its most spectacular locations, particularly my home town of Christchurch, with its beautiful harbour and rivers and famous Priory,” he writes.
But the book does not only record the man-made environment.
It also includes spectacular shots of such natural sights as Poole and Weymouth harbours, Mudeford spit and Lulworth Cove.