Is there anything more wonderful than summer in Maine? I think not.
In lieu of a lot of words today, I offer a collage of photos documenting the wonders of our gorgeous state taken in July and August, from the vantage point of beautiful Hancock County.
Honor system blueberry stand – six bucks a fresh-picked quart
The most perfect place to swim
Library with al fresco writing annex
A Greater Yellowlegs in the shallows
A Blue Heron fishing at sunset
Foggy mornings usually give way to sunny afternoons
Local markets with fabulous produce are everywhere
A safe harbor
‘Tis the season for creative literary fundraisers . . .
. . . and sightings of Maine crime writers in the wild. Last evening we were delighted to catch Paul Doiron speaking about his newest Mike Bowditch novel, ALMOST MIDNIGHT, at Brooklin’s Friend Memorial Library.
Wonderful, scenic hikes
The views go on forever
One last sunset
Photos by Brenda Buchanan and Diane Kenty.
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