Book Review: These Hamptons

These Hamptons is a gorgeous photo book containing nearly 200 photos of The Hamptons on Long Island, NY.  There are all sorts of different kinds of photos showing what makes up The Hamptons.  Homes, the beach, parades, landscape, scenery, etc.

It is definitely an interesting approach to telling the story about an area, but I think that it does a good job. And it’s easy to read because there’s not very many words 😉

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review.  I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

In over 180 vivid color photos, this beautiful book provides a  photographic exploration of the lifestyles and landscape of Long  Island’s famed East End. This collection, a work of art and a  documentary, epitomizes the diversity and eclectic nature of this  historic locale. The varied methods of capture – film or digital,  time-lapse or infrared – produce imagery that evokes a sense of  nostalgia and provides a greater understanding of the Hamptons as a  whole. The hamlets and villages depicted include Amagansett,  Bridgehampton, East Hampton, East Marion, Greenport, Montauk, Napeague,  Noyack, The Quogues, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack, Shelter Island,  Southampton, Springs, Water Mill, and Westhampton. The revered past and  unique history of the Hamptons carries through to the present-day East  End. Rich with art and culture, still picturesque and diverse, the  Hamptons are ever changing and evolving. Looking ahead, this book will  become a resource of historical record, as it chronicles the  contemporary community in a beautiful and truthful way.

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