Glyn Davies is a leading photo-artist in Wales, but his prints have been sold to clients throughout the world. Glyn was raised in Celtic Cornwall however, where fine art was a major influence on him, lectured at the Falmouth School of Art and his mother ran her own pottery and textile studio. Anglesey ancestry and family reasons saw the Davies' return to North Wales in 1988 which is why Glyn now lives and works on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. He owns a successful art gallery in the coastal town of Menai Bridge, from where he sells limited edition fine-art prints including those images within this book. This is a collection of Glyn's favourite personal responses to the landscapes of Anglesey, those that have inspired him the most but also those that have been most admired and collected by customers. Partly influenced by his upbringing in maritime Cornwall, his vision is neither a tourist guide to Anglesey nor a comprehensive geographical record. These images focus mostly on the coastal areas, and are about atmosphere, dramatic conditions, intriguing topography and unusual observations. As a collection, this is about the spirit of the place Glyn is now proud to call home. The book is case-bound, 120 pages and contains 50 photographs inspired by the Anglesey landscape. Each image is accompanied by a description on the facing page and the entire publication is bilingual.