Here are some photos from this year’s NRCM President’s Luncheon in Rockport. Thanks to all of you for joining us!
When I think of Day 2 of my winter expedition, one word comes to mind: snow. The flakes were large and falling fast and furious when we woke up, continuing throughout the day. This was a real Maine winter storm, and it was beautiful. We travelled to the eastern side of Moosehead Lake to trace Read More
“With the relatively warm air moving through last Friday, the Crooked River, just north of Harrison, was covered in mist. I spent a couple of happy hours there with the camera and tripod.” Photos by NRCM member Ted Anderson of Harrison, Maine To see past My Maine This Week photos, or to submit a photo Read More
This photo, titled, “Selfie on Tumbledown Mountain,” was the winner of our “I Love Our Maine Lands” photo contest. “Having family in New Vineyard, Maine, I have spent all my childhood summers in Maine. Tumbledown Mountain is one of my earliest memories of hiking and camping so I make sure to visit whenever I am Read More
Maine’s Public Reserved Lands are among our state’s most treasured lands—but many people don’t know it! They include much-loved places like Tumbledown, Grafton Notch, Kennebec Highlands, Bigelow Preserve, and many more. In fact, Maine has approximately 600,000 acres of Public Reserved Lands in more than 30 separate parcels located across the state. They are enjoyed Read More
Descending Borestone Mountain in Elliottsville, Maine. “I took this photo on October 19, 2014. A group of hikers climbed Borestone on that day with Maine Guide Victor Morin, Director of Connecting With Nature (a program through The JD Foundation). This is a great hike with a beautiful view from the top.” Photo by Sandy Holt Snide of Parkman, Read More
“These turkeys had been coming out to feed on the apples under our tree in the back yard here in Whitefield for several days. I thought it was a good composition for a Thanksgiving photo.” Photo by NRCM member Bill Brooke of Whitefield, Maine To see past My Maine This Week photos, or to submit a Read More
These photos are from a collection titled “The Panes of Maine are Sometimes More Than Plain,” by NRCM member Richard Flanagan of Fairfield, Maine. The collection is of windows Richard has photographed throughout the state. To see past My Maine This Week photos, or to submit a photo of your own to be featured on Read More
To see past My Maine This Week photos, or to submit a photo of your own to be featured on our website, please visit www.nrcm.org/our-maine/my-maine-this-week.