Ray Hollands’ black and white photography of Along Devon’s Coasts is not intended either as a history or a guidebook, but the images are intended as the brush strokes of a painting, which say something of the whole.
Ray journeys around the unique two coastlined county, camera in hand, snapping up the feel of each of the places.
Ray has also scuttled around the Kent Coast, too. Both books are published by The History Press at £12.99.
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