Beginning with the basic geology of the region and why New England has so many darned rocks, William Hubbell presents a chronological overview of the varying styles and methods of wall building, and includes conversations with six contemporary wall builders.
About the Author
William Hubbell’s photographs have appeared in such magazines as National Geographic, Time, and Life. He has written four previous books. Bill lives in Cumberland Foreside, Maine.
“…quintessential New England, beautifully and skillfully rendered.” —The Heart of New England.com
“…a lovely pictorial celebration.” —The Midwest Book Review
“Anyone not inextricably linked to an urban environment can’t help but get lost in these pages and to find inspiration to hit the trail in search of stone walls.” —Natural New England
“…masterfully composed, lovingly shot, beautifully presented.” —Kevin Gardiner, author of The Granite Kiss
Author: William Hubbell
Hardcover: 120 pages
Publisher: Down East Books; 1st edition (September 14, 2006)
Dimensions: 9.9 x 12.4 x 0.6 inches