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Version 2.0 of "Eyes over Collingwood" is one of four books featuring low-level, aerial photographs - in colour - over this southern Georgian Bay town. This version (2.0) focuses primarily on the eastern part of Collingwood. Czerny's other bird's-eye view photographs present north (Version 1.0), south-central (Version 3.0) and western (Version 4.0) perspectives of this cosmopolitan community. Included in the Version 2.0 (eastern) "Eyes over Collingwood" book are some views of part of neighbouring Wasaga Beach on the east side of Collingwood.

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George Czerny
Craigleith2 Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
George Czerny-Holownia has been writing for more than four decades under the name George Czerny. He spent almost 30 years in the newspaper business, starting as a reporter/photographer and then taking on any challenges thrown at him in a newsroom. He moved on from being managing editor of a daily newspaper to becoming the publisher and general manager of the then-weekly newspaper, The Enterprise-Bulletin in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. A 14-year stint at the helm of this community newspaper put him in close proximity with small-town community life and the then-busy (but now closed) Collingwood Shipyards about which he has written. Mr. Czerny married Nancy in 1968. They live in Collingwood, Ontario. George and Nancy have two sons, Stephen and Douglas, and five grandchildren to whom The Collingwood Shipyards book is dedicated. George has published four books using the Blurb system and enjoys sailing in his spare time.

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