Monhegan: A Guide to Maine’s Fabled Island
What draws some 35,000 to 40,000 visitors each year to Monhegan -- a small island located off mid-coast Maine? Those who have been there know it is not just the island’s remoteness, timeless atmosphere, and beauty. It is the quality of the light in a place that has always been a magnet to painters and photographers, as well as to vacationers. Now nature photographer and writer Mark Warner brings together luminescent photography and island facts in a keepsake-cum-guidebook that is a must-have for anyone who visits -- or dreams of visiting -- one of Maine’s most fabled islands.
"Warner has indeed given us a detailed reference to everything Monhegan -- its 17 miles of trails and degrees of easiness or difficulty of each, how to get there, facilities, atmosphere and history from early indian settlements to the artists’ haven it has become since about the mid-19th century, all accompanied by beautiful photography." --Working Waterfront/Inter-Island News, Island Institute. For the full review, click here.Buy Monhegan Now
- By: Mark Warner
- Photography by: Mark Warner