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

Tag: fog

Misty Lake Mornings

Groaner

from Maine Lingo: Boiled Owls, Billdads, & Wazzats by John Gould GROANER: A foghorn with a prolonged moan and only one tone. A two-toned horn, listed on charts as a diaphone, is called a grunter.

And The Fog Rolled In

photographs, painting, and text by Ingrid Ellison Personally, I love the fog, it takes me back to my very early childhood, having spent many a day stuck on a boat with my family  waiting for the fog to lift. While we sat on our mooring, my brother and I would pretend to be puppies on […]

Sometimes it’s preferred, to be unsure.

photos by Josh Nagle

We All Have Our Reasons #764

Recently shared photo with the caption, “Home sweet home.”

Weather

poem by Dave Morrison Wall of fog, sheets of rain; this day has all the components of an old house – the lightning a cracked mirror, the sun a dim bulb, the wind a spirit moving from room to room.

Aucocisco

photographs via the coast is clear

We All Have Our Reasons: #2013.

Morning hike through the clouds, Mt. Battie. Captured by Karen Hansen.

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