In Dip, Andrew Fusek Peters describes an extraordinary year of wild swimming. He leads us to rivers, lakes, waterfalls and hidden pools, into wild waters and untamed landscapes that have the potential to surprise and move us in unexpected ways. Following in the wake of great writers such as Richard Jeffries and Edward Thomas, Dip combines meditations on place, history and myth with sharp observation and a poet's eye. It is also a personal journey: swimming through all four seasons, Andrew Fusek Peters surfaces at last from deep depression. Lyrical, honest and incisive, Dip is about the many ways in which immersing ourselves in the elements can restore us to ourselves.

'Dip tells of a total immersion in Nature, a courageous trust in its restorative powers and an authentic experience of the wild.' Paul Evans, Guardian Country Diarist
'Beautiful, lyrical, beguiling and enchanting – a powerful testament to the healing powers of Nature.' Daniel Start, author of Wild Swimming
'A poetic book, the writing is so lyrical, full of metaphor, indeed there are moments when words and water fuse together. Beautiful [and] a thoroughly human story'. Matt Haig, The Independent
'Candid, personal and poetic.' The Scotsman

Flight is a 130pp full colour signed, limited edition featuring flight photos of birds, butterflies, hares and salmon alongside Andrew’s poems. On publication, it had a fantastic showing in the national papers including a 2-page spread in The Daily Star, half a page in The Daily Express & The Times News In Pictures. The book is now almost sold out. Dedicated signed copies available from Andrew for £30 excluding post. Use Contact Me for ordering.

Hill & Dale, My Shropshire Year is a 200-page full colour hardback published by Yew Tree Press and featuring the best of Andrew’s wildlife and landscape work, much of which had already appeared in the national papers and magazines. The first print run sold out in 3 weeks and the second edition is now also sold out.  BBC Wildlife have curated a gallery of photos from the book here. Use Contact Me to order.

'Andrew Fusek Peters is back doing what he does best, taking photographs and writing about his home patch of Shropshire. This is a gem of a book, packed full of truly stunning photographs, as Andrew takes us through the changing seasons. Here, we are witnessing a man with a profound understanding of and a deep empathy with the natural world. I urge you to buy this book, you will not be disappointed.' Iolo Williams

'We love the book: it’s a wonderfully curated and inspiring testament to Andrew’s creativity and sheer hard work... it’s a particularly impressive achievement.' Amateur Photographer 

'A fabulous book and a feast for the eyes, honouring a diverse range of photography styles and ideas - it’s no wonder so many of the author’s photos have been so widely published.' Wild Planet

Andrew has written and provided the photos for the first ever National Trust Guidebook to the Long Mynd. A beautifully produced 32-page paperback covering history, geology, wildlife and landscape. It is now only available online

Upland, Shropshire's Long Mynd and the Stiperstones celebrates Shropshire's two major upland reserves. This 200-page full colour paperback is available signed from Andrew for £20 or from Graffeg. BBC Wildlife have curated a gallery of images from the book here. Use Contact Me to order.

‘Upland is my kind of book. A passionately written and lavishly illustrated account of the natural history of one of Britain’s best kept secrets by a man who understands his subject. Andrew Fusek Peters has thrown his heart and soul into this book, and it shows.'  Iolo Williams

'In his new book, Peters continues his love affair with Shropshire. It takes the form of a psychogeographic diary and is a pure expression of wanderlust. In another sense, the book is a biography of a landscape. It’s a perfect example of dedicating yourself to one area, and realising the possibilities are endless.' Amateur Photographer, 5 star review

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