In turning her eye to the sea, landscape photographer Lee Anne White has captured the simultaneous ebb and flow of the tide, the ever-changing nature of the shore, and the colorful reflections of the evening sky in a series of lush, intimate photographs. Taken mostly after sunset on Amelia Island-the southernmost of the southern Sea Islands and the northernmost of islands along Florida's Atlantic Coast-the 56 color images convey the way gentle waves washing ashore make one feel-calm, relaxed and contemplative. An essay by the photographer, as well as an excerpt from Rachel Carson's The Edge of the Sea, help set the tone for this book by reflecting on change and mutability both at the edge of the sea and in life. Release date: September 1, 2013. Currently taking advanced orders.
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