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Reflections of Dartmouth
- Nigel Evans -
All the sparkling jewels of Dartmouth captured in one beautiful book

‘The magic of Dartmouth is intensified by the natural photography of Nigel Evans – he has captured all its moods from early morning sunrise to baking hot midsummer days, mists rolling in, squally showers, dimpsy evenings (my mum’s word!) and moonlit nights. It’s all here for you. It’s taken me 25 years and I have still not seen it all!’ Nigel J M Way, MBE from his Foreword

Some of Nigel Evans’ images shimmer with morning mists and others glitter with evening sunlight. Some were taken at dawn from the top of the nearby hills and others at dusk down by the timeless river Dart. All have made use of the special quality of light found in Dartmouth and along the nearby coast.

Some of the most eye-catching and evocative images of Dartmouth, Kingswear, Dittisham and the South Hams coastline ever taken can be found within the pages of this lavishly illustrated book. A masterpiece of fine photography for everyone who loves Dartmouth and the river Dart.

• 200 pages including 6 page fold-out • 176 illustrations in colour including map • 17,500 words including historical footnotes and Index • 12 chapters • hardback • 250mm x 250mm • 140gsm paper

Price £25.00

All Photos Copyright 2008 Nigel Evans.
Published by Richard Webb, Dartmouth.
Available from all good booksellers.



  1. James Wilson 01:48am, 04/27/2014

    Re: Nigel Evans Photo in Reflections of Dartmouth

    I have just read a beautiful book by Joslin Fiennes titled “Dartmouth An Enchanted Place”

    The photo of Dartmouth Naval College and the township and river appears to be the same photo referred to above. Is it possible to buy a copy of the photo for framing

    The size of the photo would be approx. 27 inches x 21 inches.

    Would you please advise if this is possible and what would be the price?


    Jim Wilson

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