Contributors, Martha Andrews Donovan

Martha Andrews Donovan

Martha Andrews Donovan, author of the chapbook Dress Her in Silk (Finishing Line Press 2009), is a writer and teacher who lived in New Hampshire for a good many years and recently moved to an island in Maine. Her writing explores the intersections between memory, image, and narrative, and the ways in which the things we unearth—photographs, artifacts, ephemera, and other fragmentary evidence—can help narrate a life. You can view Martha’s work at her blog One Writer’s Excavation: Narrating a Life, Piece by Piece.

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Martha Andrews Donovan, Photography

Scenes from Bernard, Maine

Photography by Martha Andrews Donovan

Bernard, Maine, is a fishing village located on the southwestern part of Mount Desert Island. Martha Andrews Donovan captures the magic of Maine—its light, textures, and colors—in her beautiful photographs.

Photograph by Martha Andrews Donovan
Wharf on Bass Harbor, Bernard, Maine
by Martha Andrews Donovan

 

Photograph by Martha Andrews Donovan
Thurston’s Wharf, Bernard, Maine
by Martha Andrews Donovan

 

Photograph by Martha Andrews Donovan
Town Wharf, Bernard, Maine
by Martha Andrews Donovan

 

Lopaus Point Road, Bernard, Maine
by Martha Andrews Donovan