Boasting one of the oldest Scenic Byway programs in the country, Maine offers diverse landscapes such as the Western Mountains and the rugged Down East coastline. Scenic Maine Road Trips is the first of its kind to explore the outstanding character, tradition, culture, and wilderness to be discovered along these routes. This exploration through photographs, maps, informative text and sidebars will help you discover the real Maine that exists beyond Route 1 or I-95.
Dan Tobyne, a photographer and native New Englander, has been involved in photography for more than forty years. Early in his career as a teacher of at-risk youth, he helped develop a wilderness educa¬tion program that used photography as a behavior-modification tool. He is an artist member of the Marblehead Arts Association and a member of the Griffin Museum in Winchester, Massachusetts. His work is on display in public and private collections throughout New England and is featured in the books Boston’s Emerald Necklace, Thoreau’s Cape Cod, and Thoreau’s Maine Woods. He lives with his family in South Hamilton, Massachusetts.