Upland: Shropshire's Long Mynd and the Stiperstones
The Long Mynd and the Stiperstones ridge make up the largest area of heathland in the Shropshire Hills - Upland is a celebration of this beautiful area, which is one of the unsung wonders of the UK.
Andrew Fusek Peters was originally commissioned by the National Trust and Natural England to produce a photographic record of the flora and fauna of the Long Mynd and the Stiperstones. However, his work soon expanded beyond the scope of the initial project, as he found himself drawn further into Upland's many stories.
Upland is an exploration of this beautiful and fragile area: its landscape, flora and fauna, the magic of the region captured through his lens, and its story depicted with passion and lyricism by a man who lives and breathes the landscape.
About Andrew Fusek Peters
Andrew Fusek Peters is a conservation photographer and prolific author with over 100 published titles including Dip, Ravenwood and Wilderland. Many of the photos in Upland have already been published in the national papers. Andrew’s super moon was on the front of the Times and his full moon rising over the Devil’s Chair appeared in the Times and the Telegraph. He regularly contributes to magazines such as The Countryman and Amateur Photographer.
View more of his photos on his website.
To view the images as a slideshow, click on the arrows in the top right hand corner of the photos below.
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