'A lovely book that is surely a must for Cartier-Bresson's droves of fans' - Amateur Photographer ...simply beautiful, and represents one of the defining bodies of work of 20th century photography' - RPS Journal ' . . . inspires awe . . . You cannot deny the mastery here' - Image The work of Henri Cartier-Bresson now forms an immutable part of the international cultural landscape. The most celebrated of his photographs are famous the world over, loved and respected by both the public and experts alike. His idiosyncratic approach to reportage has produced many classic images of contemporary iconography. This collection of landscapes and townscapes by Henri Cartier-Bresson demonstrates the extent to which his particular qualities - a subtlety of vision coupled with the infallible instinct for the decisive moment - are evident in his photographs of natural and urban views. From the stillness of an Irish peat bog to a modern factory chimney rising above the ruins of a fallen Greek temple, each of the photographs in this volume reaches to the heart of human existence.