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

Tag: sky

Underneath This Tree

song by Sean Oshima Editor’s note: Another beauty from Maine’s first family of music, the Oshimas!

White Sky

haiku by Kristen Lindquist Color of an intaken breath. Waiting– blank Monday sky.

Day 32

photograph by Karen Hansen Day 32 at the Camden Yacht Club.

4 Days In November

poem by Dave Morrison One and the day came up golden and the sky bright blue steel and the wood rough and sun-warm and the coffee hot, bitter and the day fresh-baked bread and the day un-locked trunk and the day sharp horizon and the day wild horse. Two and the day came up hidden […]


photograph by Jennifer Steen Booher Looking for meteors over Eagle Lake — saw plenty, didn’t catch any (with the camera.)

6am Sky This Past Week

photography by David Wright

Tuesday 207

painting by Jessica Stammen About this painting: When I saw this couple staring out at the ocean from the warmth of the metamorphic rock at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, my mind flashed with the midday sun and in a moment contained all that was good in past, present, and future memory. They were Maine, the way life […]

Tuesday 207

painting by Jessica Stammen About this painting: Surfing in Maine isn’t for the faint of heart because the best waves happen in the winter and spring when both air and water temperatures are frigid. In this painting a sundog, an atmospheric phenomenon caused when ice crystals diffract light, appeared in the sky as my friend Sharon […]

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