Maine: An Autumn and Winter Medley

While the blog-life has been on the DL (let’s call it DL versus non-existent), the insta-life has been on a roll. Here are some of my favorite Maine photos from my Thanksgiving and Winter breaks. Fair warning: wanderlust is transmissible. Symptoms include desire to travel, need for adventure (we’re talking a need like a sugar addict’s need for sugar, which FYI is more addicting than heroin), and in this particular case, perhaps the creation of a new life goal (travel to Maine). The Maine places that I’ve included in this post are mostly in the mid-coast region where I live: Lands End on Bailey Island, Harpswell in general, Topsham and Brunswick, Morse Mountain and Beach, and a bit of the Cathance River Preservation. Acadia National Park is also included, which is the Downeast region of Maine (one of the most eastern areas in the United States). Tumbledown Mountain from the west part of the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine is included as well, photos dating back to Thanksgiving time. And so, go forth, and enjoy!

 

 

The Cathance River Preservation

You could say we're pretty okay at "setting the stage"#teamwork #sibpower

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Tumbledown Mountain

Just under 4,000 feet above sea level, with a frozen solid pond and snowy weather — Tumbledown Mountain

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A little #maineia for you #maineiacs #mainecrushmonday @mainephotography πŸŒ²β›°πŸ‚

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Morse Mountain and Beach

I don't see any lobster 🌲

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A little surreal without snow; I still like it I guess #mainecrusheveryday

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#MaineCrushMonday at Morse Mountain, Scenic Viewpoint Number 1 (what an original name)

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#MaineCrushMonday missing the slums of the Atlantic #gettinglost #beachday #untouched

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Harpswell (Bailey Island and Lands End)

Christmas Day sunrise, Bailey Island (vale la pena — worth the 6am wake up call) πŸŽ„#merrychristmas #Maine

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Best downtown I know — land meets ocean #LandsEnd #Maine #northeast #Atlantic #sunrise πŸŒŠπŸπŸŒ…

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The biggest cliche in photography is sunrise and sunset πŸŒ… I wonder why #noshame #Maine #sunset #LandsEnd

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Acadia National Park

Acadia why you so fine #AcadiaNationalPark #EagleLake #DownEast #hikinghappy 🌲

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11.5 miles later… I don't understand the hype #jokes #AcadiaNationalPark #love #winter #trekking #letsgoback

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Topsham and Brunswick, Mid-Coast, Maine

Stop for pedestrians in X-walk #Maine #Brunswick #stoplightsquad 🚦

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*Prancing* in a winter wonderland #dogdogdog #firstsnow πŸΎπŸŒ²β„οΈ

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Such a big world, such a small dog #dogdogdog #snow #intothewoods #nature #Maine πŸŒ²πŸΎβ„οΈ

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