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

Tag: foliage

Leaf Peeping

photography by Jim Dugan Rockland photographer Jim Dugan drove north a couple Sundays ago, chasing peak fall color.

Glorious Death

photographs by Linda Zeigler


photograph by Brian Willson haiku by Kristen Lindquist Scarlet sumac leaves, scarlet sumac berries. A turkey scuttles past.

Before Sandy Blew Them Away

photograph by Doug Felton

Chairlift Ride

photographs, text and haiku by Kristen Lindquist Rode the chairlift up Ragged Mountain this morning with my friend Janet so we could fully appreciate the fall foliage from on high, as it were. The Camden Snow Bowl is apparently the only ski area from which one has an ocean view. This time of year, when […]

Photographing Maine – A Lesson In Exposures

photographs and text by Udi Goren Editor’s note: Udi is a friend of contributor Levi Christiansen and a photographer from Israel who studied with Levi at Brooks Institute. A couple weeks ago he traveled to the Midcoast just in time for the leaves to hit their peak. I’ve always wanted to visit Maine. I’ve heard […]

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