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Introducing “A Four Season County”: Tagona Press Sheds New Light on Prince Edward County

Are you ready to embark on an enchanting journey through the picturesque landscapes of Prince Edward County? Tagona Press is proud to announce the release of “A Four Season County,” a collaborative work showcasing the breathtaking beauty of the region throughout the year. This stunning collection of photographs captures the essence of the county’s ever-changing splendor, reminding readers that there is much more to this destination than meets the eye during a summer visit.

The talented team behind “A Four Season County” includes long-time County resident and Picton-based photographer Peggy DeWitt, award-winning photojournalist Phil Norton, Wellington native Rob Garden, and newcomer to professional photography, Jason Pettit. This exceptional group of artists presents their unique perspectives on the diverse natural landscapes and features of the region, ensuring that every reader will find something to connect with.

Guiding the project as photo editors and consultants are multidimensional creative talents Gary and Joanie McGuffin. With over 40 years of experience as photographers, writers, filmmakers, explorers, and conservationists, the McGuffins’ love for the Great Lakes and the natural world brings an additional layer of depth and allure to this special County work.

Author and commentator Bryan Davies, a dedicated County aficionado, pens the text for “A Four Season County” and coordinates the project team. UFE Tagona Press, based in Sault Ste. Marie, seized the opportunity to promote this important story. In the spirit of giving back, the team will donate 5 percent of all book proceeds to the Hastings Prince Edward Land Trust, supporting the preservation of the County’s beautiful spaces for future generations.

Endorsed by the PEC Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, “A Four Season County” highlights the significance of effective, committed community leadership. The captivating images from the featured photographers will also be made available to the Chamber for ongoing County promotional purposes.

As we approach the book’s publication date in November 2020, we invite you to learn more about the creative process behind this one-of-a-kind project. Stay tuned for more team profiles and updates, including the opening of the e-commerce portal for pre-orders.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience Prince Edward County in all its four-season glory. “A Four Season County” is a must-have for nature enthusiasts, photography lovers, and anyone who appreciates the rich, diverse beauty of this captivating region.

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