The Maine
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Sleepy Winter Barn

photograph by The Good Supply From the sleepy winter barn at The Good Supply in Pemaquid, a summer storefront in hibernation, but still dreaming: “Make things better.”


photograph by Kathi Bahr My dining room. No 90 degree angles to be found in this state.

Tuesday 207

painting by Jessica Stammen A three hour drive through the wee hours of the morning. A two mile hike in from parking. The first, faint gurgles of the Rapid River running in the distance. A day spent with my dad scouting out the holes up and down the shore. A nap in the sun. The […]

Rainbows, September 4, 2012

photographs and text by Jennifer Steen Booher Editor’s note: This week a year ago… Our family had gathered to celebrate my father-in-law’s birthday when we were distracted by the drama unfolding in the sky. First a fragment of rainbow began to spring upward from Ironbound Island. Then a second rainbow shot off at a funny […]

Little Blue Jar Via SX-70

photograph and text by Daniel Stephens [Camera: Polaroid SX-70 Model 1] [Film: Impossible Project Color Shade – Color Protection] [Captured: March 19, 2013] [Location: Tenants Harbor, Maine] There is a little blue jar that sits atop the window sill above my kitchen sink. It’s been there for; well, for as long as I can remember. I’m […]

Tree Circles In Snow

photograph and text by Daniel Stephens [Camera: Hasselblad 500C/M] [Film: Fuji Peel Apart 3000 ISO] [Captured: March 6, 2013] [Location: Rockport, Maine] It’s late afternoon in Maine; late winter. The overcast sky lends a silver-grey patina to everything beneath it. Across the street is a stand of trees hanging about, rustling amongst themselves, as trees […]


haiku by Kristen Lindquist When I have a cold in the summer, my favorite home remedy is to fall asleep in the sun in my backyard and sweat it out. Home sick today, but with the yard still covered with crusty old snow, that wasn’t an option. But it was mild enough to open the solid wood […]

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