Photography Books


Bardsey /Ynys Enlli Book

My new book on  “Bardsey – Now and Then” is out now.  It is full of my images of the island and the people who make it such a special place to visit.  I have also written about my experiences from the many visits I have made there over the years.  The book also contains a diary written by the last school mistress’s daughter  in the mid 1900s and a reminiscence from Tomos who lived on the island in his childhood in the late 1800s and contains old black-and-white images of Bardsey.  Price £6.95

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Rhinog Fawr – Drovers’ Route through the Mountains

 “Rhinogydd – Ancient Routes and Old Roads” is available with 15,500 words of historical text and loads of photographs about this wild, remote part of North Wales.  Learn about the drovers’ way of life and follow their routes through the mountains. See where the gold, slate and manganese miners worked and the ruins that are still there today.  Also a glimpse of stone circles, iron age forts and the remains of ancient  tombs that can still be seen in this ancient land.

All my books are available from Artworks – Aberdyfi,  Clock Tower Books and  Tal-y-Llyn Railway Shop – Tywyn, Pen r’allt Bookshop – Machynlleth, Dipsy Dragon Gallery – Dolgellau, Browsers – Porthmadog, Coed y Brenin Visitors Centre – Dolgellau, Plas Tan y Blwch (Snowdonia National Park Centre) Maentwrog or get a signed copy direct from me.

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 I have produced three books to date on the rivers of North Wales with writer Alun John Richards.  Each of the books took over 3 years of work to gather the images exploring different aspects of the rivers and their environs.  The books follow the rivers from source to mouth and contain stories about legends, industrial heritage, flora and fauna – the books are £12 each.

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My first book entitled “Rhosydd – A Personal View/Golwg Bersonol” is in black-and-white.  It is about Rhosydd Slate Quarry which is situated high above Blaenau Ffestiniog and illustrates a haunting poem written by Richard Owen at the closure of the slate quarry in 1920.  The text gives an insight into the hard life of the quarrymen at the end of the 19th century.

The book is bilingual Welsh/English with the English written by myself and the Welsh by Myrddin-ap-Dafydd of Carreg Gwalch – Price £9.50.

Please  CONTACT  me if you wish to buy any of the books on this page.

 POSTAGE AND PACKAGING (for one book UK) is £1.50 and sent by FIRST CLASS MAIL

I am happy to put a PERSONAL MESSAGE with a SIGNATURE in the book,  just let me know your requirements when ordering