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Tag: acadia

Acadia: Back To The Waterfall

photography by Jim Dugan Jim keeps going back to the same waterfall. Year after year. This year, not so much snow but nice ice.

Long Pond Mornings: Photos of Acadia’s Quiet Side

photographs by Jim Dugan

Tuesday 207: Illumintide

painting by Jessica Ives Without the sea, Acadia would be like a gem without a setting. Each headland, bay, and inlet reveals the majestic interface between sea and land…. The sea destroys and displaces, but it also builds. What the sea takes from one point on the coast may be added to another. With the irresistible energy […]

Tuesday 207: Tidal Treasure

painting by Jessica Ives “[…] it is a strange thing that most of the feeling we call religious, most of the mystical outcrying which is one of the most prized and used and desired reactions of our species, is really the understanding and the attempt to say that man is related to the whole thing, related […]

Coast Walk 2 Still Life

photographs and text by Jennifer Steen Booher Coast Walk 2: from the Town Beach to Cromwell Harbor; January 6-10, 2015 From left to right, top to bottom: Hovering above: plastic ring, sea glass Row 1: young Blue Mussels (Mytilus edulis), Northern Rock Barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides), more mussels Row 2: granite beach stone, Corallina officinalis, plastic marker […]

Tuesday 207: Vertigo

painting by Jessica Ives Don’t look down! — or you’ll go whirling and falling into space. But you have to look down — what a view! The Beehive from Acadia’s Sand Beach is a short trail with a big thrill. +++ 207 Paintings post every-ish Tuesday around 5:30am EST on both The Maine and Save thirty percent on any 4×4 inch oil on panel painting […]

Spring Melt in Acadia

Jim Dugan first photographed this waterfall on Mt. Desert Island over 20 years ago. He’s never seen it roaring as it did this spring.

Tuesday 207

paintings by Jessica Ives Hans and Franz are not the names of these two climbers in their white helmets; they are the names of two climbing routes — both 5.10a — on the southern-most end of Acadia’s Otter Cliffs. *** Every Tuesday The Maine will post a new painting by Jessica Ives. These small works, all 4 x 4 […]

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