<p><b>Photographic exploration of Nova Scotia’s diverse islands from celebrated photographer and author of <i>Coastal Nova Scotia</i></b></p>
<p>Despite having grown up in the British Isles, photographer Adam Cornick hadn’t explored many islands in his youth. But he was always fascinated by the romanticized idea of escaping to a remote island — a notion he found both alluring and daunting.
So when he found himself living in Nova Scotia, it didn’t take the photographer long to notice the province’s abundant coastal and freshwater islands and their unique characteristics, including varying geologies, sizes, and flora and fauna.<p>
<p>Following on the success of <i>Coastal Nova Scotia</i>, Cornick has this time dedicated himself to capturing the beauty and diversity of Nova Scotia’s stunning islands. His lens captures the drama in every ragged coastline, the isolation in every lonely cabin, the power in every pounding wave.</p>
<p>With 100 full-colour images, <i>Islands of Nova Scotia: A Photographic Tour</i> takes readers on a visual flight from Brier Island to the Cape Breton Highlands to Sable Island — and reminds us of the raw natural beauty waiting just outside our doors.</p>