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Time to Stare Wildlife in a Corner of Britain

Out of Print
By: Ray Armstrong
144 pages, Colour photographs
Time to Stare
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  • Time to Stare ISBN: 9780954572662 Paperback Jul 2005 Out of Print #154431
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Well produced book, drawing on Ray Armstrong's 25 years observation of nature centred on the village of Trellech, Monmouthshire.

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Time to Stare has as its sharp focus an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Wales. With a nature lover's persistence for seeking out and watching how creatures live - and an award-winning photographer's eye for detail - Ray Armstrong presents a book that will have an appeal far beyond his beautiful home county of Monmouthshire.

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Out of Print
By: Ray Armstrong
144 pages, Colour photographs
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