Time for a teeny break from Christmas.
I’m in the mood to share some of my favorite images from my recent road trip to Maine with a little side trip to Mystic, CT on the way home to Richmond.
This is the charming entry to my cousin Sally’s home in Wiscasset.
Also seen in Wiscasset:
Pemaquid Light. I love this image. The color blocks and the textures send me.
Also, at Pemaquid. The vastness of the sea just beyond.
From inside Pemaquid Lighthouse. I have a thing for window views. The sailboat out on the ocean makes this image for me.
Beautiful and simple lines converge here, at the dock in Mystic.
A lovely and evocative sunset in Portland.
Fantastic textures and the haphazard splash of orange paint makes it one of my favorites.
Again, the textures and the colors are just tremendous. On a glorious late summer day in Mystic.
Through the window at a farm stand in Maine. Serene.
The name says it all:
A study in whites.
I like this even though it makes me think of Alfred Hitchcock.
I think Andrew Wyeth should have painted this. Perhaps he did.
Back to that gull on the clam shack in Mystic. I love the fishing net inside the window.
And I leave you with this iconic sunset picture. I hope you enjoyed the trip!
4 thoughts on “Mainly Maine”
You have a sharp, yet lovely focus.
Thank you, Paddy Mac!
LOVELY! I lived in Portland, ME for about three years and it was great. My mom had a house in Poland Springs, ME on the edge of Middle Rang Pond and that was totally awesome. I hope you ate your lobstah (LOL) while you were there. Great pics.
Thank you! It was a lovely trip, long awaited and I hope to get back to see more someday.