Highly respected Connecticut photographer and author, Caryn B. Davis has just released a new book, Connecticut Waters: Celebrating Our Coastline and Waterways. This book captures the soul and essence of Connecticut through her spectacular photography and thoughtful narrative. This book is a must for people that love Connecticut and want to find out more about the rich maritime history of this southern New England State.
Connecticut Waters is a tribute to Connecticut’s maritime roots, both past, and present. The book takes readers on a nautical journey exploring the many ways Nutmeggers use our lakes, rivers, sounds, and shores for industry, education, and recreation. From boat builders to antique, power, and sailing vessels, to lobster shacks, the oyster and fishing industries, historic ferries, nautical arts, lighthouses and islands, charter boats, maritime festivals and celebrations, and more, this book showcases how these waterways have defined our culture and shaped our heritage as a state.
The book is 224 pages and lavishly illustrated with amazing photos. It is a perfect companion to Davis’s first book, A Connecticut Christmas: Celebrating the Holiday in Classic New England Style. To purchase the book click here. It is available as a hardcover book or as a kindle.
About the Author
Caryn B. Davis is a journalist and an award-winning photographer specializing in architecture, garden, boat, and travel photography. Her career has spanned the globe taking her to over 50 countries and still counting. Her images and articles have been featured in over 60 publications worldwide including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Town & Country, Lonely Planet, Islands, Conde Nast Traveler, Fine Art Connoisseur, New Zealand Geographic, and others. Caryn’s first commissioned photography book, A Connecticut Christmas: Celebrating the Holiday in Classic New England Style, garnered high accolades in 15 newspapers and magazines nationwide. Additionally, Caryn was interviewed in the New York Times, on NPR’s All Things Considered, and on several Connecticut television stations. Connecticut Waters is her second book.