A beautiful fog hovers over a gradually melting Long Lake in Naples, Maine yesterday.
On my way to get the kids on the morning of St. Patrick’s Day I spied this beautiful eagle up in a tree, so I turned around to take this photo just as it took off again.
On our way to taking the kids to school we always wonder what this spot will look like; fog, mist, frost, clouds, white caps, ice, snow. It’s always different. On this day we had a clear shot of Mt. Washington with a slew of ice fishing shacks in the foreground.
A friend and I walked down to the beach at Sebago Lake State Park to find a good 100′ of ice jams from the shore out to where the water began. Made for some interesting material.
Coming home from a friend’s house I stopped on the Brownfield Bridge on Rt. 160 to take these two shots looking north and south on the half-frozen Saco River.
We took the kids to Gilsland Farm Saturday to go for a walk and check it out since we’ve never been there before. Tons of reeds whispered in the breeze as we strolled around them through the fields along the bay.