People, Aug. 28, 1978

Uncle Tony isn't married to Aunt Meg any more, but Princess Anne still rang him up to do some snaps. So Lord Snowdon traveled to the 1,200-acre Gloucestershire estate where Anne lives with Husband Mark Phillips. The resulting portraits of the Phillipses and their son Peter so pleased Anne that she picked 20 poses for her official 28th-birthday portraits. Lord Snowdon does not believe in having a readily identifiable technique, because, he says, "that would limit me to a recognizable style." Recognizable subjects, however, are obviously desirable.

One set off in a $42,000...

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