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Snap Galleries exhibits John d Green's photographs from his legendary book "Birds of Britain"

John d Green?s photographs from his legendary book Birds of Britain, published in 1967 and long out of print, are the subject of a major new exhibition. For the first time anywhere in the world, fifty years after John?s original photo-sessions for the book, Snap Galleries are hosting an exhibition of photographs from his Birds of Britain archive at their central London gallery.
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