Shropshire showcase

The latest book by father-and-son photographers Mike and John Hayward is a wonderful celebration of the beauty and diversity of Shropshire.

This unspoilt and often overlooked part of England is showcased by more than 160 stunning new images in Shropshire From Dawn to Dusk.

Mike and John’s delight in the county’s landscapes, towns and villages shines through on every page, and is a reminder of why Shropshire is one of England’s most glorious counties.

This new book builds on the success of their previous book, A Year in Shropshire, and features even more locations including Oswestry, Claverley, Little Stretton, Church Preen, Wem, Hope Bagot, Whixall and Cleobury Mortimer.

Shropshire From Dawn To Dusk (hardback, Merlin Unwin Books) costs £20. It is available to buy in local bookshops and outlets and also through Mike and John’s website: www.shropshireandbeyond.com

CAPTION: A family affair – Mike, left, and John with their new book.

 

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