The Maine
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Tag: field

Walk At Merryspring

haiku by Kristen Lindquist three turkey feathers flagging the path through the field where I’m meant to go

Fields Of Gold

photograph and haiku by Kristen Lindquist Field of buttercups– for this I slowed my car, calmed my racing thoughts.

We All Have Our Reasons: #670

Linda Zeigler shares her view: First cutting of hay in the great field today….summer is on the way!

The Old Apple Tree

text and photographs by John Ames This photograph is of an old apple tree growing on the edge of my brother’s field near Rockport Harbor. A week or so ago, one of its main branches broke in an ice storm and now lies twisted, touching the ground. My brother’s wife will probably get him to cut […]

Scenes From A Walk

photographs and text by Lisa Dorr of Le Bouton Studio today i brought the camera with me. i try to walk ayer ridge road a few times a week. so pretty, and so quiet. look at these colors! xx

Maine’s Wild Blueberry Harvest And Wyman’s Of Maine

photographs and text by Sharon Kitchens for her blog, Delicious Musings Been catching up since getting back from Bar Harbor and finally finding the time to share the background on my coverage of Maine’s wild blueberry crop for The Portland Press Herald. First up, a visit to Greg Bridges near Calais, Maine. Greg is a third generation wild blueberry farmer. […]

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