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

Tag: pemaquid


text and photograph by Jonathan Ives I smiled as I saw a familiar white truck parked at the town landing. I pulled up next to it and looked over at Travis. At six foot seven inches he must have weighed over three hundred pounds. Most folks around town just called him Tiny. He pulled his […]

The Point Is

photos by Jessica Ives Editor’s note: One last visit to the point and a foggy farewell kiss before heading west to Bend, Oregon for the next year. The Maine’s community of contributors will continue their artful dialogue about the wonders of the state — and from a distance I may contribute about the state of wonder. What does […]

Sunday Afternoon

photograph and text by Matthew Mychack I almost felt guilty that this is how I, at 29 years of age, spent my Sunday afternoon; then, I remembered Emerson: “The lover of nature is he whose inward and outward senses are truly adjusted to each other; who has retained the spirit of infancy even into the […]

For me, feeling insignificant is synonymous with freedom

photograph by Matthew Mychack

Hills & Coast

photographs by Matthew Mychack Camden Hills State Park and Pemaquid Point Lighthouse

Maine = Snow

photograph by Matthew Mychack At Pemaquid Point Lighthouse.

6″ Saturday… 2 feet on Monday and Tuesday? Maine, you’re killing my pond hockey vibes

photograph by Matthew Mychack

Tuesday 207

painting by Jessica Ives “I didn’t actually want coffee, but I poured myself a cup, just because the pot was there. I guess I’m a lot like George Mallory, who had similar motivation for climbing Mount Everest.” — Chuck Bonner “People ask me, ‘What is the use of climbing Mount Everest?’ and my answer must […]

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