How to Read Water – A Leaf out of Tristan Gooley’s Book for Nature Lovers

Interpreting ponds, identifying dangerous water, reading the sea and navigating by puddle. For Tristan Gooley, understanding nature is second nature.

His New York Times Bestseller, How to Read Water, is a comprehensive guide to the ever-changing element, and an indispensable one to the curious explorer. Drawing on his personal adventures, Tristan offers us a greater understanding of water and its relationships with the earth below and the stars above, as he explains tides, cosmic pulls, and the secret language of beaches. Called “breathtaking” by the Sunday Times, “revelatory” by The Royal Institute of Navigation, and “seriously fascinating” by The Times, this book is a jewel in its field for the nature-lover.

Catch Tristan’s illustrated talk during the festival, and learn more about the world we live in.

Tuesday 8th November / Event 8
Time: 11.00 am
Tickets: £10
Location: The Bridport Arts Centre

To book tickets, contact the Box Office over the phone or in person.
Box Office: Bridport Tourist Information Centre, The Town Hall, Bridport, DT6 3LF
Tel: 01308 424 901

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