I'm always interested in the ways that places are presented and represented. This is all part of the idea of Geography offering 'a different view' or lens to see the world in a particular way.
Alice Stevenson's new book 'Ways to see Great Britain' looks interesting.
There are many books describing the UK of course, and I have many of them on my shelves.
I'm also interested in how students introduced to this sort of writing could also adapt some of the ideas to their own writing, and perhaps explore their own home areas anew.
This video outlines, the approach, which is inherently 'geographical'...