Has anyone had the opportunity to loot at Keeping Time in Sag Harbor by Stephen Longmire? This is one of the very few books I've ever purchased by a photographer that I've never heard of before. Having spent 8 formative years on Long Island about 20 years ago, I have very fond memories of its North Shore, and this book, which I came upon by accident, hit me like a ton of bricks. It made me long for the East Coast more than I already am. It looks like Mr. Longmire is a large format photographer. Most of the pictures include the negative frames with index numbers and film name. Let's just say the quality of the scans and printing is probably the finest I've ever seen in a color photography book. They are so sharp and clear, that I'm not sure all of the pictures are not contact prints reproduced to look like the actual thing. I don't know much about printing processes to venture a real guess - but it sure looks impressive. Most fascinating are the architectural shots, including interiors of homes done better than I can ever recall seeing anywhere. This book really, really evokes a sense of the place. Also, at the end of the book, Mr. Longmire pays attribute to APUG's David Goldfarb, who he states lent him his camera while Mr. Longmire's was being repaired. David: if you read this, I'd like to know what equipment you lent your friend - as this book almost singlehandedly makes me want to get into to LF. Very highly recommended.