A New Edition Honoring the Massachusetts Great Marsh.
Award-winning photographer Dorothy Kerper Monnelly captures the beauty of the Great Marsh, one of the last natural ecosystems in the Northeast in her photography book, Between Land and Sea: The Great Marsh.
In this collection of 57 large format, black and white photographs, the salt marsh is a solemn force rendered dramatically with crisp scans of Monnelly's original gelatin silver prints.
For Monnelly, the salt marsh is both artistic muse and spiritual anchor, a place that inspires her work as an artist and grounds her life as a community member, activist, and woman. Legendary naturalist Edward O. Wilson called her "the Ansel Adams of the wetlands."
57 B&W Photographs
Length: 120 pages
Size: 13 " x 10"