Synopses & Reviews
No place speaks to our soul as eloquently as New England in the fall. These superb photographs celebrate its rustic charm, brilliant autumn colors, and romantic tranquility. Each scene--enriched by the writings of Dickinson, Thoreau, Frost, and more--brings a moment of private discovery and awakens a sense of home.
This magnificent collection of photographs is a journey through back roads and hidden corners of America's most idyllic and beloved region. Each scene, suffused with color and light, brings a moment of private discovery and awakens a sense of home.
"The glory of the region in brilliant photography...achingly beautiful."'"Providence Sunday Journal
"Perhaps the most beautiful book of New England photos ever published."--WGME-TV, Portland, Maine
About the Author
Ferenc Máté was born in Hungary and escaped after the revolution at the age of eleven. He grew up in Vancouver, and has lived in California, Paris, Rome, the Bahamas and New York. He had worked on a railroad extra-gang and as a boatbuilder, photographer, deckhand and book editor. His many books include the nautical bestsellers From a Bare Hull, Shipshape and The World’s Best Sailboats, as well as Autumn, A New England Autumn, A Reasonable Life, A Real Life, The Hills of Tuscany and The Wisdom of Tuscany. He and his family run their vineyards and winery in Montalcino, Tuscany.