Tag Archives: photography
I work from home a couple of days a week. The bulk of that time I’m glued to my computer, the time passing without notice. Yet, there are those moments … Continue reading
A view of Narraguagus Bay this morning where the sea smoke and the clouds converged.
Bare winter trees in silhouette against a setting sun.
As October comes to a close, here are a few of my favorite autumn photos from the month.
This year I’ve done a terrible job with my flower beds. Few flowers got deadheaded and the weeds and grass are running rampant. The only places that got a little … Continue reading
Do you see a bird in the sunset clouds?
On this first day of autumn, the trees are just beginning to blush, but the blueberry barrens are racing towards full-color. As much as I fought the finality of summer, … Continue reading
This pretty Canada goose lounging along the banks of the Narraguagus was a reaffirmation that spring is here. Despite the blizzard Mother Nature threw our way this week and the … Continue reading
This winter has been defined by ice. The cycle of snow, sun and frigid temps has left us with icicles everywhere. There’s more to icicles than meets the eye. They … Continue reading
The morning after another snowfall.
We woke this morning to no power. No happy smell of coffee. No happy smoke coming from the wood boiler out the window. Our entire world was covered in a … Continue reading
At quarter past seven this morning at the boat landing in Columbia Falls, the sun was shining warmly on the falls. It was peaceful, the mist rising quietly. A lovely … Continue reading
Feeling the need to get off our behinds and fit in some physical activity, Hannah and I went for a walk along the Narraguagus River this afternoon. A short trail … Continue reading
The sunset tonight made the sky look as if it were on fire. From the house, the trees blocked the view so I hopped in the car and ran out … Continue reading
I enjoyed a 2 1/2 mile walk on the Sunrise Trail this afternoon. A reclaimed railroad bed, in Machias and East Machias the trail runs along the river offering beautiful … Continue reading
Summer Frost. Those two words seem incongruous, but while there’s still a few days of summer left, twice I’ve had to scrape the frost from my car window in the … Continue reading
Cruising along U.S. Route 1 to Ellsworth this weekend I finally stopped to snap a picture of this tiny island. Every drive by, I admire this little island in Sullivan … Continue reading
The 40-minute drive to Ellsworth (the closest town with a stoplight) takes us along U.S. Route 1. There is a stretch in Sullivan where you can see Mount Desert Island … Continue reading