Backlight Queen Anne's lace in Fryeburg Harbor.
The slides on Langdon Brook in Center Chatham, NH.
Sunsets colored by Canadian smoke. The first shows the flooded fields of Fryeburg Harbor. And the White Mountains are in the back of both of these.
And, yes, some gravel biking.
July 4 fireworks at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Here is the scene before the display started.
If you happened to be on Paris Hill (Maine) this morning, you got to hear the rumble of a 1936 Duesenberg SJN Convertible Sedan by Rollston driving around as part of a photo session for the Hamlin Memorial Library's 2024 calendar. To see the final photos, be sure to get your calendar at this year's Founder's Day on July 15 or from the Library's website. Until then, see some outtakes below.
This winter has given us some cold weather. Not -30 degrees F mind you, but -20. These images all represent cold to me. Many involved some frozen fingers.
The next two are from Echo Lake State Park in Conway, NH. White Horse Ledge first and Cathedral Ledge second.
Sunset after an afternoon of cross-country skiing on Kezar Lake Country Club.
Next are seaside images from around Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
That is Ram Island Light seen from Ocean Point.
Next is Crawford Notch with Mount Willard catching the late afternoon sun and the Mount Washington Hotel with Mount Eisenhower in the background also.
And finally fresh snow in Stow, Maine and North Chatham, NH.
The cold of winter isn't over yet.
Friends have a sailboat in Rockland, Maine and they invited me out to sail on Penobscot Bay for the day.
Morning started with sunrise from Mount Battie in the Camden Hills State Park.
The sun is rising over the mountains of Acadia National Park and Camden Harbor is on the right.
Camden Harbor in the foreground and the glint of Owl's Head Light in the distance.
All aboard in Rockland Harbor.
Owl's Head on our way out into the bay.
Brown's Head Light on Vinalhaven Island.
Osprey nest on a marker in the Fox Island Thoroughfare between Vinalhaven and North Haven Islands.
The ferry terminal on North Haven Island.
More of North Haven.
The Captain Neal Burgess, Maine Ferry Service out of Rockland to North Haven.
A restored Friendship sloop off Owl's Head Light.
Looking up the coast to Rockport with Mount Battie and the higher Camden Hills in the background.
Heading in to the mooring in Rockland Harbor at sunset.
For the black and white images, I used an Ilford HP 5 Plus "film recipe" from Ritchie Roesch as a starting point with the Fuji X-E3. Thanks to Mr. Roesch
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