"Tides and Fog" shares the experience of living and working at a remote island field station in the Bay of Fundy through 160 pages of vivid black and white and color imagery. The Bowdoin Scientific Station on Kent Island is a place where a small group of scientists and artists work together to explore the wonders of this small stretch of land, immersed in tides, fog, and the ecosystem that surrounds them.
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*This is the finalized, second edition of "Tides and Fog".
Evan Graff spent the summer of 2009 on Kent Island performing research on savannah sparrow egg characteristics. He returned for the summer of 2010 to create this body of work. His photography has been internationally recognized by the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition on multiple occasions, and by the North American Nature Photography Association. Through his photography, he hopes to share the world's beauty with those around him.