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Beaufort "The South Carolina Low Country" New Book Released

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Hendersonville, NC popular author and fine art photographer Gregory Hugh Leng releases his new limited signed and numbered photographic book about historic Beaufort, South Carolina and the surrounding area.

Beaufort “The South Carolina Low Country

A limited signed and numbered book edition is being released by North Carolina popular author & photographer Gregory Hugh Leng. The photographic book features a brief storyline on historic Beaufort, SC and the surrounding area. There are 220 fine art color photographs in the hardcover book. The current edition was published in the United States and has premium printing. Only 80 copies have been released in this format. It is considered a pre-first edition, first printing issue.

[Hendersonville, NC] -- [2-11-2011] – In 1711, Beaufort was founded. The photographic book features photography of Beaufort, SC, the downtown historic area, plantations, mansions, Spanish moss laden oak trees, Beaufort River, St. Helena Episcopal church, The Arsenal, National Cemetery, Chapel of Ease ruins, Sheldon Chapel ruins, Hunting Island lighthouse, Dataw Marina and exclusive photographic shots of the private barrier islands. There are many areas that have been photographed that are not accessible by the general public. Hilton Head, Charleston, SC, and Savannah, GA are also briefly included in the book since these towns are close to Beaufort. The book was released by Vanderbooks and is available through http://gregoryhughleng.zenfolio.com/

Fine Art Photography

All of the fine art photography in the book is available as photographic prints and other products. Beautiful photography of historic national landmarks, seascapes and area wildlife document the “gem of the south” town. The book is available through the author, local bookstores and on the Internet.

Testimonials

My wife and I spent time at Harbor Island, SC last summer and we are excited to add your book to the collection of fine art we purchased while in Beaufort.” Richard Robinson, Bellefontaine, OH

About Author & Photographer

Gregory Hugh Leng is a resident of Hendersonville, North Carolina and worked at the largest commercial photography studio in America, The Alderman Company. His photography has won numerous awards over the years. His work has appeared in books, catalogs, magazines, and newspapers. Major clients in the past include Macy’s, JC Penney, Belk, Avon, Better Homes & Gardens and the U.S. Navy. Today he resides with his wife and two sons in Hendersonville, North Carolina. He is also working on a book of his photography of North Carolina from the past 30 years.

Contact Information:

Gregory Hugh Leng c/o Vanderbooks

1008 Asheville Hwy., Hendersonville, NC 28791

828-489-9606

http://gregoryhughleng.zenfolio.com/
gregoryleng@aol.com

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