This book was completed in January 2016 and has 140 pages of images and text. The following review describes the contents:
"This new book by Bryan Trueman includes a fascinating collection of original images and personal observations from an area of northern France where he gained intimate knowledge of people and places.
No doubt readers already familiar with Normandy and Brittany will appreciate and feel empathy with both the informative text and its copious illustrations within. I am sure, especially for them, it will evoke many precious memories of similar experiences to those expressed here by Trueman.
Equally, anyone considering a holiday in that delightful part of France is certain to find much encouragement and inspiration throughout the book to explore it for themselves."
Peter Lane, Ceramicist and writer, January 2016
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modern day pilgrims (tourists!) walking on the new causeway to le mont st. michel
reflecting on a visit to the "book town" of Bécherel, bretagne
port de dinan bretagne
connecting medieval walkway between the port et centre ville dinan
"haute et sec' the bay of st. briac sur mer bretagne.
classic renault four CV-centre historique dinan bretagne
Brittany visit May 2015
classic boat entering st. malo
memories of bretagne côtière