Ken Textor and photographer Joe Devenney bring readers on a guided tour of the Maine coast. The pair separately-and occasionally on assignment together-have turned over many stones in this varied 3,00
Ken Textor and photographer Joe Devenney bring readers on a guided tour of the Maine coast. The pair separately-and occasionally on assignment together-have turned over many stones in this varied 3,000—mile—long coastline, seeking out and recording its moods, seasons, and secrets. Now they are sharing their rich accumulation of images and insights.
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Joe Devenney has been photographing Maine since 1976 and has been a professional outdoor/location photographer since 1983, shooting on assignment for The New York Times, American Profile, Audubon, and other clients. His photographs have appeared on the covers of Down East; Yankee; Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors; Northeast Boating; Points East; and other magazines and have been published worldwide by the National Geographic Society, The Sierra Club, and Reader s Digest, among others. His prints are shown in galleries, juried shows, and festivals throughout the eastern U.S. and are included in many private collections. His work is featured in the collections of Getty Images, The Image Pro Shop, and alamy. Joe lives in Jefferson, Maine.
Ken Textor has ranged the Maine coast by land and sea since the late 1970s. He is a contributing editor for Down East magazine and has been boating columnist for the Maine Sunday Telegram, contributing editor for Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors and Country Journal, columnist for Popular Woodworker, and managing editor for Boating Digest. His writing has appeared in Wooden Boat, Cruising World, SAIL, Northeast Boating, Fine Gardening, This Old House, Points East, Sailing, Yachting, and other publications. Ken began his writing career as a general assignment reporter for the Concord (NH) Monitor and was bureau chief for the Claremont (NH) Eagle—Times. He is the author of two previous books, Innocents Afloat and The New Book of SAIL Trim.