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Publication: 'On a Hill Road' is now published

The book is a 'Now and Then' book which explores the 3D stereo archive of keen Scottish amateur photographer Andrew Milne who travelled Scotland with his Stereo Victo camera between 1902 and 1905.  Although an amateur, Andrew's image stand up well against many of the commercial images of Scotland made by more famous names.

There is a launch talk with 3D images on the 13 October at the Brye Theatre St Andrews as a part of the photography festival.  I will look forward to welcoming everyone who can attend.  FREE tickets for the talk are available to book online here: https://byretheatre.com/events/stereo-photography-festival-on-a-hil... 

As it proved rather hard to encourage publishers to take on a book that includes a pair of stereo glasses, the book has been self-published and the first edition is limited to just 250 copies.

On a Hill Road can now be purchased in a number of ways including for UK customers from my website  www.onahillroad.com It can be purchased directly from me at events and will I hope be available through bookshops as a special order..

Many thanks to everyone who has supported the project which has taken over 10 years to complete.

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