If you love Beaufort then you’re bound to love this new book. The Beauty of Beaufort, a new photography book by local writer Ryan Copeland and The Photography Club of Beaufort, is set to go on sale in the area bear the middle of May.
“We are honored and delighted to have so many of our talented, local photographers and their remarkable work featured in this beautiful book honoring a city we all love,” said publisher Lydia Inglett.
“The fascinating history and natural allure of Beaufort, South Carolina is captivating to those who visit and to those who call it home. As you stroll through the pages of The Beauty of Beaufort, you’ll learn about Beaufort’s colorful history, historical homes, and her many interesting sites. You’ll want to return to this collector’s edition time and time again to be transported to this special place – a place like no other,” a press release from the publisher said.
The new release is the follow up book to Beautiful Beaufort the Pearl of the South, which according to the publisher is sold out.
The book will retail for $34.95 and a series of fine art prints chosen from the book – The Beauty of Beaufort Print Collection – are also offered on www.starbooks.biz
About The Author: A native of Beaufort, Ryan Copeland is a regular columnist with the Beaufort Gazette and Island Packet. Formerly the Managing Editor of CARE Magazine, his family’s roots in Beaufort are traced back to before World War II when his grandfather, an enlisted Marine, was stationed at Parris Island.