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North Fork Living: Rustic Splendor on Long Island's East End (Anglais) Relié – 10 avril 2007


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Book by Haralambou Harry


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Art and Reporting on the North Fork 19 juin 2007
Par Conrad J. Obregon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Somehow it's hard not to like a book where the photograph facing the title page shows your mailbox and the road leading onto your property (although at a distance, I confess). I expect that most residents of the North Fork of Long Island will feel the same way about this book.

This is a book of iconic photographs of the northeast end of Long Island, New York, bounded on the north by Long Island Sound and the south by Peconic Bay. Each of the photographs is bound to stir the hearts of the people, both full-timers and weekenders, who believe that they have found a hidden and enchanted garden just two hour's drive from Manhattan. Here are lovely color pictures of this still rural area, showing farms in Riverhead and oyster fields in Orient, as well as the small towns strung out along Route 25 from one end of the North Fork to the other.

Books like this are usually accompanied by a narrative, and here Haralambou waxes enthusiastic about the joys of the place, including even the adventure of Saturday morning tag sales. (Somehow he avoids mentioning the run-down sections of Riverhead or the deer that seem to attack every garden on the Fork, except, perhaps, the author's.) Little tidbits about the Fork are sprinkled throughout the pages, including the relationship between David Rothman of Southold and Einstein.

I suspect that some of the full-timers may be upset that the author has shown us the wonders of winter on the North Fork. I suspect that most weekenders wipe the North Fork from their mind on Labor Day, or certainly after the Columbus Day weekend. Now those weekenders will have a chance to consider how inviting the place looks under a blanket of white.

The book made me consider a photographic dichotomy between art and reporting. Haralambou's pictures, while striking and beautiful, seem mostly concerned with content and telling a story that arises from the content of the picture rather than being directed by the form. The best way to understand what I mean by this is to compare this book with another recent book of photographs of the North Fork, "Between Sea and Sky" by Jake Rajs Between Sea and Sky: Landscapes of Long Island's North Fork. In many of Rajs' works, the pictures seem to have lives of their own, while in this work most pictures derive their force from the viewer's vision of the place. For those who love the place "North Fork Living" may well prove more satisfying than some almost-mystical vision. I'm not so certain how those who have no experience of the North Fork will feel, but it may well be that perusing this book will create a sense of chauvinism for a place they've never been.
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Lomg Island's Idyllic North Fork 30 juin 2014
Par Alan C. Horton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The author has captured the spirit and magic of Eastern Long Island's North Fork.
Perfectly evocative of Long Island's North Fork. 24 novembre 2013
Par Bert - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great piece of work, which truly captures the feeling of Long Island's "North Fork" area. Not the trendy Hamptons, for sure. A much better alternative, perfectly depicted and described in "North Fork Living".
Excellent photos of a place we love! 11 septembre 2013
Par Cristina Como - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The North Fork of LI, NY, was our last place of residence in NY. We first moved there as Summer residents but after a while we made Southold, NY, our full time place. The whole North Fork, from Riverhead to Orient, is absolutely beautiful and the photos in this book represents it in its best colors! I highly recommend this book.
Just breathtaking...... 12 novembre 2014
Par Elisabeth Tee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
A beautiful, beautiful book.
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