NRCM member Richard Flanagan of Fairfield, Maine, sent us this gorgeous photo of the Kennebec River, taken, he writes, “at precisely the hour when winter began, the longest day of the year.” This view is from Fairfield, just over the Waterville city line. Thank you, Richard, for capturing this moment in time.
As the sun sets on 2022, we thought it was the perfect time to share these gorgeous sunset photos by NRCM member Jonnie Maloney of Livermore, Maine. Jonnie captured these spectacular sunsets over Long Pond in Livermore. Look at those colors! Do you have some sunsets or some beautiful Maine photos from 2022 that you Read More
NRCM supporter Jonathan Milne of Sidney, Maine, shares this very cool photo that he took during a recent site visit in the 7 Lakes Alliance lands in Belgrade. Populous tremuloides suspended by two (nearly invisible) spider web strands. What are some unique and unexpected things you’ve seen while exploring Maine’s mountains, coastline, trails, and waterways? Read More
This time of year, it is common to see fog rising up from Maine’s waterways. NRCM member Barbara Heap of Readfield, Maine, shares her beautiful photo of fog rising out of Kidney Pond at Baxter State Park. There was fog, but be sure to see the gorgeous reflection of the trees amongst the fog on Read More
Frequent My Maine This Week contributor and NRCM member Dave Small of Old Town, Maine, writes, “Almost a year ago to date, this remembrance of our visit with some sanderlings at Reid State Park. Lots of fun watching them forage in the surf. Charging in then darting out all the time eking out a living.” Read More
NRCM member David Preston of China Village, Maine, spent some time last month visiting the Moosehead Lake region. He certainly timed his trip well to view the spectacular fall foliage from several different locations in the area. If you have never visited Maine in the fall, David’s photos this week will show you why you Read More
Longtime NRCM member Steve Cartwright of Tenants Harbor shares another beautiful scene from there for this week’s My Maine This Week feature. We have certainly had some beautiful skies during sunrise and sunset this fall, haven’t we? Do you have a sunrise or sunset to share? Please email it to us at email@example.com. Steve calls Read More
NRCM member Elizabeth Byrd Wood of Cape Elizabeth, shares her beautiful fall photo with us and writes, “The fen at the Davidson Nature Preserve, a Kennebec Land Trust property, in Vassalboro, Maine. A great place for blueberry picking in the summer, but truly a place of tranquility and beauty year round.” Where do you go Read More
NRCM member Patricia Williams of Pelham, Massachusetts, shares her beautiful, peaceful photo of Nahmakanta Lake as this week’s featured photograph. Do you have a favorite lake or place to paddle? If so, we would love to see your photos and may feature them as upcoming My Maine This Weeks. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.