Harp's photographs... have, I think, finally surpassed the late Aubrey Bodine's famously romantic shots of the Chesapeake.
Tom Horton has a poet's touch and a realist's frankness as he writes of the delicate ecology of this great aquatic system.
A paean to this chief river of Delaware and Maryland... Horton and Harp offer an exquisite look at the people, plants and animals living on the river and its marshlands.
This book matches Harp's stunning nature photography with Horton's shrewd observations and informed analysis.
Horton mixes poetic sensibiity, profound knowledge and hard-edged realism in his descriptions of one of Chesapeake Country's best-preserved rivers. Harp's photographs make you want to set out in a canoe.
Like a stroll back hrough time to a peaceful place, the reader will find this book relaxing and enjoyable.
Dave Harp's photography and Tom Horton's text are nothing short of inspirational.
2. The Confluence
5. Lower River
7. 400 Years
8. River Time