Tag Archives: Millinocket
A little anticipation, albeit with several months yet to pass, of my planned trip to Northern Maine. Although I do find white lady’s slippers in some of my local haunts, they are seen by the hundreds (possibly a slight exaggeration) … Continue reading
Every day offers different opportunities and experiences. One thing that wasn’t different each day was the fog on Katahdin which suggested more trips to Compass Pond. I’ve mentioned that I like to return to the same spot often and here, … Continue reading
I recently spent a week in Maine visiting my friends Mark and Anita of Mark Picard Wildlife Photography for a few days and then a few days at Acadia National Park. I’ll share some of the images from that week … 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
Last fall was a bit disappointing for foliage, but there was some around in Northern Maine. While waiting for Moose to show up, I saw Doubletop and got this shot under a somewhat boring sky. We photographers are a bit … 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.
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