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Tag: fall

Misty Lake Mornings

Tuesday 207: Many Men Go Fishing

painting by Jessica Ives Many men go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after. – Henry David Thoreau +++ 207 Paintings post everyish Tuesday around 5:30am EST on both The Maine and jessicaleeives.com. Save thirty percent on any 4×4 inch oil on panel painting by making your purchase within the first week […]

On The Lake

by Polly Saltonstall Maine Boats Homes & Harbors editor Polly Saltonstall rows a shell on Megunticook lake in Camden. This is from a day in November: “Two loons followed me for a bit before diving under. Otherwise the only motion on the lake this morning were the puddles made by my oars and the wake […]

We All Have Our Reasons: #34

“Not a cairn in the world!”  says Michelle Smith at the summit of a beautiful fall hike.

Full Moon Rising Over Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse

video by Jim Dugan Full Moon Rising over Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse, Maine from Jim Dugan on Vimeo.

From Maiden’s Cliff

photographs by Jamie Bloomquist

Glorious Death

photographs by Linda Zeigler

Fields Going To Seed, Schooners Wrapped In Plastic

haiku by Kristen Lindquist photograph by Jamie Bloomquist A day of sparrows in fields going to seed leaves red and falling +++ Fall leaves prayer flags. On the front porch Buddha contemplates a pumpkin. +++ Walking through Camden’s Harbor Park and Amphitheatre this afternoon, the signs of coming cold were gathering with the fallen leaves. […]

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