Great Cranberry Island, Maine

I write on my photographs so that I can show not only what I saw and my camera recorded, but some of my intertwining memories, speculations and regrets--all real, but unseen.  In this series--inspired by three visits to Great Cranberry Island, one of 14 unbridged island communities in Maine--I explore a remote island environment and my reactions to it.

Each photograph with handwriting is an archival giclée print, produced in a series of 30 with a unique, varying handwritten caption. The prints are matted in archival 8-ply museum board with an overall dimension of 16x20 inches.