About the Book
The title of this book is derived from the poem, "Nothing Gold Can Stay," by Robert Frost. It features the fleeting hues of fall in New England, mostly in Maine and New Hampshire. It includes views of Rangeley and Mooselookmeguntic Lakes, and peak foliage along the back roads, streams, and water falls in New Hampshire. There also are stark, autumnal landscapes from Nantucket Island and Plum Island, Massachusetts, as well as Washington and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This is the second portfolio of fall images by Bert Myer and is a companion book to "Autumn Daze," available in the Blurb.com on-line bookstore.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Nov 02, 2010
- Tags New Hampshire, Robert Frost, Rangeley Lake, Lake Mooselookmeguntic, water falls, Plum Island, Peaks Island, Washington NH., Fall, autumn, foliage, leaves, Maine, Rangeley, Overlooks, Rumford, falls, Nantucket
I specialize in New England landscape photography. My domains include Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, the north shore of Boston (Marblehead, Newburyport, Plum Island), Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and Block Island, and recently, the Adirondacks in New York state. I also do "photo manipulations" — original photographs altered and enhanced using digital image editing computer programs. Results are painting-like images. As a croquet devotee, I maintain a large collection of croquet scenes and venues, from backyards to championship-caliber (6-wicket) facilities.