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

Tag: fly

Not All Flies

photos by Jonathan Ives Warm spring weather in Maine mean the bugs come out! Not all flies are black flies.

That Weekend At The Lake

via tons of land

Flies and Beetles…

photographs by Justin Gove …the other pollinators.

We All Have Our Reasons #1613

Recent photo from Penobscot Island Air: Here are some numbers for you. On one busy day last week, Penobscot Island Air operated 52 revenue flights moving 88 passengers, 212 freight packages, 950 pounds of mail, and 13 boxes of groceries. All of this with three airplanes and 300 gallons of fuel.

The People Behind The Plane

photograph and text by Karen Zimmerman An excerpt from Maine Vanities, a collection of essays about the people and stories behind vanity license plates. FLY_180 Gary and Maureen Norris The white Cessna 180 bobs and shifts on the sparkling waters of Moosehead Lake. Gary Norris and his wife Maureen pull their canoe off the pontoons and tie […]

The Gentleman

My brother is a Navy pilot and his callsign is The Gentleman. He’s currently deployed in Afghanistan far, far away from his home in Maine. This is his current dispatch. On our trip from the West Coast of the United States to Afghanistan, my squadron made five stops. While flying over the Atlantic at 500 miles an hour […]

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