Published by Lucia|Marquand. Text by Terry Tempest Williams, Jeanne Falk Adams, Doug Stewart.
In this new edition of Between Land and Sea: The Great Marsh (first published by Braziller in 2007), the award-winning, Ipswich, MA–based landscape photographer Dorothy Kerper Monnelly conveys the surprising, ever-changing drama of the vast tidal wetlands known as the Great Marsh.
For over 40 years, Monnelly has come to know this region intimately, one of the last unspoiled wilderness areas in the urban Northeast. Her timeless, visionary photographs are joined in this edition by an essay from acclaimed author Terry Tempest Williams reflecting on our relationship to liminal spaces like the marsh.
Although salt marshes are among the most productive ecosystems on earth, these wetlands are threatened throughout the world by human activity and have disappeared from much of the American seacoast. The Great Marsh, despite threats from development, pollution, and now rising seas, is a pristine remnant of this ancient coastal environment.