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.
Monhegan: A Guide to Maine’s Fabled Island
Author: Mark Warner, Paperback, 56 pages, 118 color photos, 1 map, 11″ x 8.5″.