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

Month: October, 2016

My Quiet House

by Linda Zeigler In my quiet house I sit like a gray Tabby cat curled into myself on the softest cushion in the sunniest window in my favorite room watching the October sky. Wind swept clouds move like a slow motion story across my mind. Birds flutter round the empty feeder and my lazy heart […]

Tuesday 207: Fly Guys

painting by Jessica Ives I look into my fly box, and think about all the elements I should consider in choosing the perfect fly: water temperature, what stage of development the bugs are in, what the fish are eating right now. Then I remember what a guide told me: “Ninety percent of what a trout eats […]

Leaf Peeping

photography by Jim Dugan Rockland photographer Jim Dugan drove north a couple Sundays ago, chasing peak fall color.

Hugs. Rugs. Mugs.

display by Jo Ellen Designs

October Windows

photographs by Linda Ziegler

Lobster for a Crowd

video by Jim Dugan

Misty Lake Mornings

Tuesday 207: Walking Water

painting by Jessica Ives A human being is a container invented by water so it can walk around. – from Job’s Body Popham Colony was a short-lived English settlement founded the same year as the Jamestown Colony in Virginia. Over the course of its first and only year of existence in 1607 and 1608, settlers built the Virginia of Sagadahoc, […]

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