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Enduring Heights , our first published photo book, will be available this August! Featuring photography of the natural environment of the Maine’s High Peaks, the hardcover book is approximately 12” x 12”, 132 pages with maps, several essays and over 90 color plates. To our knowledge, there is no book of this type about this area available. Angus King, US senator from Maine, has written the book’s foreword, and Wolfe Tone, former Director of the Trust for Public Land in Maine has written an essay, describing conservation efforts in the area. The High Peaks region is where Maine Huts & Trails, Sugarloaf and Saddleback ski mountains, Rangeley and Flagstaff Lakes, the Appalachian Trail, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, the New England Mountain Biking Association trails and a number of other outdoor venues are located. We are planning a book launch for August 4 at the biannual Appalachian Trail Conference to be held at Colby College. There will be a second launch in Skowhegan, on the opening day of BikeMaine, September 9. The book will sell for $39.95 plus shipping and handling. We will sell it directly from the Schoolhouse Gallery, on-line through the Orcutt Photography web site and it will be distributed to a number of bookstores and retail businesses throughout the state. This first printing is for a limited number of books. We are offering free shipping for signed copies of the book for those who pre-order before August 1, 2017. If you would like to reserve a copy please contact us at corcutt86@gmail.com or 207-939-6518.

Enduring Heights , our first published photo book, will be available this August! Featuring photography of the natural environment of the Maine’s High Peaks, the hardcover book is approximately 12” x 12”, 132 pages with maps, several essays and over 90 color plates. To our knowledge, there is no book of this type about this area available. Angus King, US senator from Maine, has written the book’s foreword, and Wolfe Tone, former Director of the Trust for Public Land in Maine has written an essay, describing conservation efforts in the area. The High Peaks region is where Maine Huts & Trails, Sugarloaf and Saddleback ski mountains, Rangeley and Flagstaff Lakes, the Appalachian Trail, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, the New England Mountain Biking Association trails and a number of other outdoor venues are located. We are planning a book launch for August 4 at the biannual Appalachian Trail Conference to be held at Colby College.  There will be a second launch in Skowhegan, on the opening day of BikeMaine, September 9. The book will sell for $39.95 plus shipping and handling. We will sell it directly from the Schoolhouse Gallery, on-line through the Orcutt Photography web site and it will be distributed to a number of bookstores and retail businesses throughout the state. This first printing is for a limited number of books.  We are offering free shipping for signed copies of the book for those who pre-order before August 1, 2017. If you would like to reserve a copy please contact us at  corcutt86@gmail.com or 207-939-6518.

Mill ruin in Phillips, Maine is becoming a walled garden. A peaceful place this morning, birds were singing, the sky was bright. A classical quality to the place as it slips back into nature!

Mill ruin in Phillips, Maine is becoming a walled garden. A peaceful place this morning, birds were singing, the sky was bright. A classical quality to the place as it slips back into nature!

Rainy morning at the airport in Portland, Maine today.

Rainy morning at the airport in Portland, Maine today.

"Smalls to the Wall" at Smalls Falls in Madrid, Maine last Saturday#themainepic #landscapephotography #photographicfanatics #maineclassic #mainetourismboard#mainetheway

"Smalls to the Wall" at Smalls Falls in Madrid, Maine last Saturday#themainepic #landscapephotography #photographicfanatics #maineclassic #mainetourismboard#mainetheway

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