Four Seasons of Cape Cod by John Tunney
Each season paints Cape Cod with a unique palette of light and color. Winter’s low sun casts long shadows and reveals the muted tones that cover windswept dunes and empty harbors. Spring starts with a hard light, but soon brings splashes of bright color as flowers emerge and the landscape comes back to life. Summer’s rich, vibrant colors are followed by autumn’s softer and warmer tones. Photographer John Tunney has created the first book to focus on the beauty of the Cape’s different seasons. With 170 photographs of beaches, dunes, harbors, wildlife and people, this beautiful book captures the shifting light, colors and moods of Cape Cod – from Falmouth to Provincetown – throughout the year.
John Tunney is a fine-art photographer and educator based on Cape Cod. A frequent exhibitor in art shows and festivals, his award-winning work has been featured in a solo exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography, as well as in art galleries in Massachusetts and New York. His images have also appeared in Fodor’s, Cape Cod Life, Cape Codder, and many other publications. In addition to his fine-art work, John teaches photography classes and workshops and leads photography tours on Cape Cod and elsewhere. He is a past president of the Cape Cod Art Association and one of the organization’s juried Master Artists. He lives with his wife in Brewster on Cape Cod.
10″ x 7″ 174 color photos 176 pages hard cover