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Local resident Doug Kennedy has published a photographic book capturing a very attractive range of images, through the seasons, of "Chiltern Landscapes".

The book is available in two sizes — a pocket book and an A4 version. Each contains 45 images, and includes descriptive text and OS map locations of all images.

The books are available at:

  • The Bookhouse, Thame
  • David Shuttle of Princes Risborough
  • The Bell Bookshop, Henley and
  • The 8 Bells Pub in Long Crendon

There is currently an introductory offer for the small book — £4.99 (Normal price £5.99). Contact Doug at sales@doug-kennedy.com

The larger format book is £14.99

For more details, click here

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