The Maine
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Tag: reflection

On The Lake

by Polly Saltonstall Maine Boats Homes & Harbors editor Polly Saltonstall rows a shell on Megunticook lake in Camden. This is from a day in November: “Two loons followed me for a bit before diving under. Otherwise the only motion on the lake this morning were the puddles made by my oars and the wake […]

First Light On The Islands

photographs and text by Polly Saltonstall Editors note: On the last day of summer we reflect with Polly on a season full of so much beauty. The weather in Maine this summer has not been as hot as some of us might like, but as far as I’m concerned the sunrises and sunsets have more than made […]

We All Have Our Reasons: #4981

We agree with Ruth Griffin: What a beautiful September this is turning out to be.

Long Pond Mornings: Photos of Acadia’s Quiet Side

photographs by Jim Dugan

Quarry & Queen Anne’s

photographs by Jane Kurko  

Fall Trio

photographs by John Ames

A Dock…Seeing It Differently

photograph and text by John Ames Sometimes you can understand more about something by thinking about it less.

Free For The Taking

an ongoing search by Shannon Thompson

Maine Farmland Trust