|The Downeast coast; this spot a five minute walk from our property|
|West Quoddy Head Light, easternmost point in the U.S. near Lubec. |
(East Quoddy is nearby in Canada)
|Siberian iris and tide pool|
|Little red house on Narraguagus Bay, Washington County|
|A geologist's delight: basalt extrusion. Narraguagus Bay, Milbridge|
|About 400 meters down the road from our place is Petit Manan National Wildlife Preserve. |
We share space with bear, moose, raccoons, coyotes, hosts of birds and during June, a great many fawns that are curiously exploring their environment.
|Washington County is the blueberry capital of the world. Columbia, U.S. 1|
|Clamming must be one of the most difficult jobs there are. |
Scene at low tide, U.S. 1, Hancock County
|Lupine bloom throughout the month of June all over Maine.|
|Faded dream. Near Machias, U.S. 1|
|Not Downeast, but in Portland, Maine's largest city: |
"Ghost Busters" from an anime convention. I had to add it!
|The ubiquitous lobster boat, perhaps the most enduring Maine symbol|
|One can set up a seafood shop just about anywhere. U.S. 1, Milbridge.|
|Pine pollen ready to disperse|
|View from the Schoodic peninsula near Winterport|
|Bluebird houses near Milbridge, U.S. Highway 1|
|Tide pool, McClellan Town Park, Milbridge|
|Each lobster fisher (wo)man has his/her own buoy design. |
People often display collections that have washed ashore.
|Weathered granite, McClellan Town Park, Milbridge|