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Here’s a memory from 10 years ago, almost to the day, when I made a trip to Northern Maine and, among other things, visited this spot where many previous had made nice images. Getting there is half the fun, requiring … Continue reading
I spent the past extended weekend in Northern Maine with my friends Anita Mueller and Mark Picard. I had hoped for a few opportunities to photograph the mountains there along with a some wildflowers. Unfortunately, there were mostly hazy days. … Continue reading
Following up from my previous post: A very short walk from the crossing is a cascade that in the Spring seems like it might be the Waterfall. Please click the image for a larger view. Just to the right is … Continue reading
I’m dividing this into two parts so I don’t put you to sleep. As I mentioned before, I like to revisit many spots here in Western Massachusetts. Actually, I hardly go anywhere else. This is part of the Metacomet-Monadnock trail, … Continue reading
Here’s another view of Mount Katahdin from my visit there last July. Katahdin is an imposing feature and there are so many great places to view from.
Here’s the first of a couple of entries from the trip to Northern Maine. One of my goals was to shoot this waterfall. Although there is the actual Screw Auger Falls here, there are lots of other falls and cascades … Continue reading
I’ll be heading up to Northern Maine Saturday to visit my friends Mark and Anita who, besides leading workshops there specializing in Moose photography for many years now, have moved to Millinocket to enjoy the moose and surrounding beauty year … Continue reading