Stonehaven photographer Andy Hall was ‘delighted’ with the turnout at his recent book signing at the Stonehaven Library before Christmas.
Andy was signing new copies of his new book ‘Scotland’s Still Light.’
The well known Stonehaven man met the public on Saturday, December 21, from 10am until 2pm prior to the official release in February 2014.
Andy’s photographic reputation has gained international recognition as a result of the success of his books - A Sense of Belonging to Scotland, the favourite places of Scottish personalities and Touched by Robert Burns, which was launched by Scotland’s First Minister, Alex Salmond, at Edinburgh Castle on St Andrew’s Night in 2008.
Andy told the Leader of his delight at the turnout for his new book.
He said: “ “Considering the short notice of the late availability of Still Light, I was delighted with the response at the book signing.
“This is my fifth book and local people are always very good at supporting my projects. I appreciate it hugely. It means a great deal to me.”
Scotland’s Still Light is a collection of atmospheric photographic images, each accompanied by an extract of poetry or prose from Scottish Literature.
These have been selected by Andy to convey a sense of place in a variety of locations in Scotland.
Scotland’s Still Light will be published by Luath Press in Edinburgh. The foreword is by actor Brian Cox.
For people who missed the signing and would like a copy for a forthcoming birthday present or a first-footing gift, you can call Andy on 07866762647 or e-mail him on firstname.lastname@example.org with inscription details.