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

Tag: snow

Where The Deer Were

haiku by Kristen Lindquist In the old snow, tracks zig-zagging up a hill– a long winter for deer too.

Light Snow

photograph by John Ames Just enough snow for a lovely little highlight.

Long Winter

haiku by Kristen Lindquist Ghost of snow blows through the branches– fleeting dreams of spring.

We All Have Our Reasons: #…enough already, this is not one of them

A recent photo and comment thread posted to facebook: Commenter 1: Mt. Battie, 10,000 BCE Photographer: This is the snowdrift in front of my house.  Commenter 1: In 10,000 BCE? Photographer: Today. Commenter 1: Oh. Commenter 2: North Face? Commenter 1: And without oxygen tanks! Photographer: We have a really good plow guy. Commenter 3: Is that […]

Maine = Snow

photograph by Matthew Mychack At Pemaquid Point Lighthouse.

Lincolnville Beach Lobster Pound

photograph by Jane Kurko

Empty On The Inside

via tons of land And then the wind blew.

We All Have Our Reasons: #589

A recent status update on facebook: I’m starting to name the snow banks around our driveway: Matterhorn, Eiger, McKinley….

Maine Farmland Trust