After some forays into more general books, it’s nice to see David getting back to the subjects he’s best known for and, let’s be honest, he’s most comfortable with. The book follows David’s fairly discursive style, with explanations, examples and demonstrations for each section – the three elements of the title are taken separately.
There’s an excellent variety of material here, from mountains to landscapes and settings both in the UK and abroad, which makes for a good choice of approaches.
There’s really not a lot more I can say. This is classic Bellamy and well up to the standard we’ve come to expect of him.