There is a universal appeal to island life that requires a detachment from mainstream society; a vacation from the ordinary routines and daily responsibilities that can stifle the spirit and imagination. Through careful use of two key elements, space and perspective, the series captures the scale of Cumberland Island's dramatic scenery and breathtaking wildlife. Embracing the island's raw elements in all of its seasons, it delivers to the page the profound and varied emotions that the island so powerfully inspires. At the center of it all, Cumberland Island's population of wild horses that has thrived within this serene sanctuary, untouched for generations. An escape to the idyllic refuge that is Cumberland Island is an epiphany that pays tribute to the proverb “Less is more”.
by Anouk Masson Krantz
Number of Pages: 240