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Wales: At Water's Edge free pdf To mark the opening of the All-Wales Coastal Path in 2012, photographer Jeremy Moore and author Jon Gower have joined forces to celebrate Wales's coastline in all its glory, focusing on the landscape and the characters that are linked inextricably to that landscape.

About Jon Gower

Jeremy Moore is one of Wales's foremost photographers. His books include Wales: The Lie of the Land (with Nigel Jenkins), Heart of the Country (with William Condry), Blaenau Ffestiniog (with Gwyn Thomas) and Pembrokeshire: Journeys and Stories (with Trevor Fishlock). He also publishes his own 'Wild Wales/Cymru Wyllt' postcards and calendar, and has an extensive library of Welsh images. For more information, see his website, www.wild-wales.com As well as being one of Wales's brightest literary talents, Jon Gower shares with Jeremy Moore a passionate interest in, and concern for, the natural world and environment. A former BBC Wales arts and media correspondent, he is much in demand as a producer, presenter and public speaker, and indeed travels the world as an ambassador for the Hay Festival. A prolific author, his 2010 novel Uncharted received unstinting critical acclaim, whilst his An Island Called Smith won the John Morgan Travel award.

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Author : Jon Gower
Publisher : Gomer Press
Data Published : 05 May 2012
ISBN : 1848512422
EAN : 9781848512429
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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