This book has been produced by the Dry Stone Walling Association to coincide with its 50th anniversary. The book is crammed full of stunning photographs of dry stone walls from around the country, highlighting the skills of wallers past and present.
Whether you are a practising dry stone waller, a lover of walks in the countryside or an armchair explorer, this book offers a wonderful collection of dry stone walls in so many forms and includes foreword and introduction from the Association's Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales, and its President, Lord Cavendish of Furness, respectively.
"Walls in the Landscape is one of the most riveting photographic collections l have seen in years [...] it changed the way I saw the landscape during my walk [...] ."
– John Manning, Editor, Cumbria magazine