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On Borrow's Trail Wild Wales Then and Now

Out of Print
By: Hugh Olliff
150 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Gomer Press
On Borrow's Trail
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  • On Borrow's Trail ISBN: 9781843230779 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #141454
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Olliff offers a beautifully illustrated modern interpretation of the landscapes and communities recorded by George Borrow in his C19 classic, Wild Wales.

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Photographer Hugh Olliff is an active member of the George Borrow Society and lives in St. Dogmaels near Cardigan, west Wales. He was born in Birmingham in 1957, brought up in the Cotswolds and moved to Wales in 1994. His photographs have been published internationally and he was an exhibitor in the 1996 GLC Photographic Competition.
Out of Print
By: Hugh Olliff
150 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Gomer Press
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