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

Tag: tide

Riptides

photograph, text, & haiku by Kristen Lindquist The tides of Cobscook Bay in Down East Maine are big and ferocious, punctuated by a boiling mass of whirlpools called the Old Sow. Gulls feed in a frenzy here as the churning waters swirl fresh food through the bay. Old Sow boils over Appetites of tides, gulls […]

Slack Tide

text by Megan Bedford photograph by Justin Gove “The lobsters have… claws?” Our waiter, David, assumed the look of a person who had been informed that Monday was officially being relocated to the weekend. Yes, we three Mainers nodded vigorously, our lobsters have claws. I helped him do the math – your lobster, times three. […]

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