The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

Bones And Blossoms

photographs, text and haiku by Kristen Lindquist My husband and I went looking for a some birds today and found a few other things besides. In the woods surrounding Weskeag Marsh, we came across the old bones of what we think must have been a moose–or a very lost (and large) cow. The bones were […]

Sparrows In The Mist

text and haiku by Kristen Lindquist We decided to embark on a staff outing up Beech Hill today, despite what we call 100% humidity: light rain and heavy fog. The barrens were bright with blooming blueberries, sign of hope for this summer’s harvest. I even saw some bees among them, undaunted by the wet. Something […]

Stuck In My Head

photographs and text by Brian Willson I expected to sleep in. But then some hazy sunlight snuck through my blinds, and I realized the weather forecast had been hasty. So, hastily, I grabbed dog and we drove up to Beech Hill. A pretty good cloud cover, but little wind. And plenty of birds singing up […]

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