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Time, Tide and Place
A Coastal Fly Fisher's Chronicle
Photographs & Fishing Reports
by Ted Hendrickson
Hardcover, 48 pages, 21 plates
Fly fishing has often inspired artists and writers to capture their
feelings for the sport in their art.
In this unusual volume, Ted Hendrickson's photographic craftmanship and familiarity with
local waters allow us a window into the world of an artist / angler.
Landscape photographs chronicle moments spent fishing the coast of
Southern New England. Accompanying e-mail reports give us a glimpse
of the adventures (and misadventures) of each angling season. Inspired by the work of Nineteenth Century photographer William Henry Jackson,
who also made landscape images with anglers plying their craft, Hendrickson puts a fishing figure in each scene.
About the author
Author Ted Hendrickson is a native of New London, Connecticut where he learned to fish as a boy. He continues to seek saltwater species
with his fly rod in the same waters. Hendrickson's photography has explored the complexity of landscape as image. His work is included in many
prestigious public and private collections. Hendrickson teaches photography and the history of photography at Connecticut College, where he is an
Associate Professor in the Department of Art.
Copyright © 2007 Flat Hammock Press