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Tag: march

Sugar Shack

photographs and text by Jennifer Steen Booher Sunday was Maine Maple Sunday, a fairly brilliant campaign organized by the Maine Maple Producers Association. On the fourth Sunday in March, sugarhouses all over the state open to the public, offering tastings, demonstrating the process, and generally having a sweet time. A lot of smaller operations aren’t on the […]

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 […]

New Pope

haiku by Kristen Lindquist Around here, white smoke rising means a neighbor’s feeling that March chill.

We All Have Our Reasons: #398

Excerpt from Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, shared today on Facebook: It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold; when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.

Afternoon Flurries

haiku by Kristen Lindquist If only these snowflakes spilling through March air were cherry blossoms.

Last Minute Ice Fishing

text by Steve Vose photographs by Kate Sfeir By March, winter’s icy grip on Washington County begins slowly loosening and snow covered landscapes begin springing back to life. This final conclusion, at the end of a long cold winter, always seems to renew my passion to get back into the wilds. Historically warmer days and longer […]

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