“ENDURING HEIGHTS’ is selling quickly, thanks to our reviews and customer comments!  Here are some samples:

“Ten mountains higher than 4,000 feet crown Maine’s High Peaks Region… and John and Cynthia Orcutt’s collection shows them off in all their glory” DownEast Magazine – Put Maine on your Coffee Table, October, 2017

“For gift books, the one that really stood out was Enduring Heights: The High Peaks of Maine, a stunningly beautiful photography book… which would stir nature-loving hearts anywhere.” Publishers Weekly – Shelf Talker, November 9, 2017

“What a beautiful and meaningful tribute to our neck of the woods! Your book will surely become an important and enduring contribution to the canon of  Maine, photographic and environmental literature.” Marguerite Robichaux – artist, Eustis, ME

“In a volume of superlative scenes…you produced something extraordinary in this work.  I will continue to enjoy and treasure it for years to come.” Jeff White – Cape Elizabeth, ME

“This is a truly beautiful book, visually, and words on the page. It is a pleasure and a resource of so much knowledge and information about “the northern reaches of the Appalachian Mountains.” You have captured a place, and sentiment, for which I am grateful.” Susan O’Connor – Portland, ME

“This is a spectacular book! Thanks for creating this wonderful book so we and others can enjoy so many of your magical works of art over and over !!” Trudy McAvity, New Brunswick Canada

“The book is truly a beautiful piece of work that I believe will inspire anyone who opens its pages to want to preserve some of the most pristine places on this planet.” Murray  Ames – Livingston, MT

“Enduring Heights” features photographs by John and Cynthia Orcutt of the natural environment of Maine’s High Peaks, including the areas surrounding Sugarloaf, Bigelow, Crocker, Mt. Abraham and Saddleback mountains. The hardcover book is 12″ x 12″ in size, 132 pages with maps, several essays and over 90 color plates. The Foreword is written by Angus King, US Senator from Maine and there is an essay on conservation in the High Peaks by Wolfe Tone, former Director of The Trust for Public Land in Maine.