By Dale Hall and Foreword by Jack Broderick
The nearly 200 fine-art images of this large coffee-table book capture four seasons of coastal activity on Kent Island—the largest island in the Chesapeake Bay
Idyllically situated on Maryland's Eastern Shore, Kent Island maintains aquiet timelessness despite its proximity to the Washington-Baltimoremetro area. It brims with outdoor activity, from working boats to birdlife, charter boats, tankers, and paddlingdogs. The book's lush photographic spreads capture this wateryenvironment year-round—from winter's empty crab pots and icy shores, tospring and fall's wildlife migrations, to summer's storms and sunsets.
• The most comprehensive photographic essay of Kent Island'snatural heritage to date and one of very few professional coffee-table books to spotlight this location
• Points of interest captured include Romancoke Pier, Waterman's BoatBasin, Kent Point Marina, Sandy Point Shoal Lighthouse, Kentmorr Marina,Queen Anne Marina, Terrapin Park, Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, Harris Crab House &Seafood Restaurant, Shipping Creek Landing, Bloody Point Bar Lighthouse,Dock House Restaurant, Ferry Point Park, Libbey’s Coastal Kitchen &Cocktails, and Bay Bridge Marina
• Includes a foreword by Jack Broderick, the president of Kent Island Heritage Society
• A popular vacation and destination wedding spot, Kent Islandattracts visitors from the DC/Baltimore/Annapolis metro area, as well asPennsylvania, New York, and Ohio
• The seafood and beaches of the Chesapeake Bay's Eastern Shore are legendary
Local resident and fine-art photographer Dale Hall's nautical imagery is an irresistibleinvitation to explore the flurry of life along Maryland's storied Eastern Shore.
Size: 12.0in x 9.0in | Pages: 192
| 196 color images