“Cabinet of Boston Harbor Archipelago”
16 x 20”
500dpi+ digital print on archival arches paper
The Boston Harbor Islands, largely ignored by most Bostonians or viewed as a quaint inaccessible archipelago, offer tremendous potential as both a cultural and ecological asset to the greater Boston region. This collection of islands, actually a rare landscape of submerged drumlin landforms, was made part of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area in 1996. Unfortunately, only 2 of these 34 islands are accessible by public ferry.