Exquisite images of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket by Paul Scharff recall the wonderful history and ageless beauty that make these some of the most beloved locations in America. Local residents will appreciate Schraff's photos of the architecture, little-known coves, and peaceful spots that make this a truly ideal place to call home. Visitors will recapture joyful memories of quaint villages, stunning beaches and lighthouses, colorful harbors, special-interest museums, and pristine landscapes that recall a timeless and simpler world.
|Publisher:||Twin Lights Publishers, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.70(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Karen T. Bartlett is an award-winning professional photojournalist whose travel articles and photography appear regularly in magazines, travel guides, newspapers and books throughout North America and the Caribbean. Karen lives in Naples, where she is a contributing editor of Gulfshore Life magazine. Her bylines and photography have appeared consistently in the region's leading magazines for the past decade. Her credentials also include the Toronto Star, Caribbean Travel & Life magazine, N, The Magazine of Naples and the book The Best Florida Getaways. Karen was the photographer and author of Twin Lights Publishers 2007 title, Naples, Florida: A Photographic Portrait and has written several narratives for additional titles in the Photographic Portraits series.
Photographer Paul Scharff has been captivated by light and nature his entire life. Paul has developed an uncommon penchant for seeing things that others might miss, composing them in unusual ways, and capturing the energy and beauty of the moment before its elusive nature changes. For someone interested in light, Cape Cod is a perfect place to take photographs. Paul was so enamored by the Cape's alluring beauty when first visiting in the 1980s that he has returned to the Cape more than 50 times in all four seasons since. Paul's work can be seen at the Sandpiper Gallery in Wellfleet on Cape Cod, as well as additional locations off the Cape.