A Sense of Place

  1. Photographs by Christian Sarramon
  2. Isabelle Rozenbaum
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  • ISBN 9780500287927
  • 25.00 x 25.00 cm
  • Flexibound PLC with flaps (no jacket)
  • 272pp
  • 386 Illustrations, 386 in colour
  • First published 2009
‘Packed with evocative photographs and perceptive texts … this book is a wonderful example of publishing at its very best … an absolute joy! Highly recommended … Book of the Month – Hotbrandscoolplaces

Superb photographs and illuminating texts capture the beauty of France’s towns and cities as well as the atmosphere of la France profonde. This visual treat will be lapped up by anyone with a love of France, of travel and of photography.

From the café terraces of Saint-Germain-des-Prés to fields of lavender, from Christmas markets in Alsace to carefully tended vineyards, France is a country of a thousand sensations, impressions and memories.

Designed as an innovative mix of travelogue and armchair travel, this wonderful book is presented as an ideal photo album – the kind of album that everyone wishes they had the time or skill to put together.

Christian Sarramon specializes in art, design and lifestyle photography. Among his other books are The Art of Living in the Mountains, In Our Grandmothers’ Gardens, A Passion for the Arts of the Table and Colour Lessons for the Home. Isabelle Rozenbaum has written many articles about French cuisine, and has published one other book, Vegetables. François D’Humières teaches literature.