This “Fishing Longlegs” was hunting for food in the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Biddeford Pool, Maine.
The Island Transporter “Reliance” hauls two truck loads of road fill to be used to resurface part of the main road on Monhegan Island. The vessell unloaded the trucks at a small beach on the island where they drove up onto the road.
We noticed this rock formation on Manana Island, about 10 miles off the coast of Maine. Can you visualize the facial profile gazing slightly upward?
This Herring Gull was enjoying the October sun along the Park Loop Road in Acadia National Park (2001).
These rock cairns mark the path of the rugged Gulfside Trail in the Presidential Mountain Range in New Hampshite. Mt. Washington looms in the distance.
A mother Mute Swan and her six cygnets. The proud father was nearby chasing away geese from his precious clan. In a good year anywhere from one to three babies will survive to adulthood.