Tag Archives: maine

lobster, take two

27 Feb

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yes we went back for more lobster. this time they got the royal treatment with the medium format.

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lobster pound

27 Feb

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It seemed a bit too touristy to me at first, but look at his face… how could I deny that (& the goofy bib!). Lobsters at the Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound was indeed a highlight of the Bar Harbor trip.

north bubble

15 Feb

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october 2012 | acadia national park, bar harbor maine.

on our second day in acadia national park we hiked the North Bubble, which is a pint-sized mountain at the northern side of Jordan pond. i had no idea what, if any view was in store but man was i pleased when i saw the entire pond and out onto the gulf of maine.

cabin in the woods

6 Feb

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bar harbor maine, october 2012

Wish I was there right now…our little (rental) cabin in the woods of Maine that is. I’m pretty certain this was one of the most relaxing vacations we’ve had yet. The mister and I got up to the cabin just before sundown. We poured big glasses of red wine, piled on cozy sweaters and waited for the sunset in the adirondack chairs on the back porch. I think about that hour more times than I care to admit these days.

the road to bar harbor

17 Jan

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On our way up to bar harbor we decided to the take the slow winding road up the coast, stopping in as many tiny fishing towns as we could. We watched the sunrise over the Rockland harbor then meandered up to Camden, Castine and Belfast. Most of these shots are from Belfast.

hello 2013!

14 Jan

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hello again! I took a bit of an unplanned, but turns out, much needed blog-break for the past month. thanks for sticking with me and please look forward to many new film shots from my fall adventures and hopefully new winter ones. the image above is from our trip to Bar Harbor. I have so, so many photos from that trip i can’t wait to share. so stay tuned over the next week as they start to emerge. I hope you are having a happy and healthy start to the new year. I am hopefully expectant that this will be a great year, I can just feel it.

WTSB : thankful

20 Nov

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the latest words to shoot by is up! our word was thankful. i have much to be thankful for but the thing that i most savor this time of year is a feast with friends. we shared a mid-afternoon nosh with our good friends at a restaurant is called eventide oyster company in portland, maine. the food, drinks, and late afternoon sunlight at eventide are spectacular. the fried oyster bun (second to last shot) was my favorite!

portland maine

14 Nov

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from an early-fall trip to portland ME. we popped into seawall, drank coffee at tandem, ate potato donuts, hunted for antiques, and got tatoos (!!) fun times, i can’t wait to go back.

tandem coffee roasters

19 Sep

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a few weekends back we took the long drive up to Portland ME with a couple of friends. I had heard about tandem coffee on the More & Co blog. (they did tandem’s remarkable branding) When we got to Portland we stopped into Seawall and the guys also recommended Tandem, so we knew it was a must.

It did not disappoint! Tandem is located in the East Bayside area of town. Their space is beautiful, i was immediately struck by the Patrick Townsend Orbit chandelier and crisp wood bars. The mood in the shop is super relaxed, like you’ve just popped over to your friend’s house to listen to records and drink coffee. the owners are ex blue bottle folks so they know their stuff for sure. I ordered a malt iced coffee, mostly because I’ve never had one. It was amazing! I cannot wait to go back. and when we do I’m buying beans, how i forgot to grab a bag is beyond me…guess i was really that relaxed there.

(tandem coffee roasters 122 ANDERSON STREET PORTLAND, MAINE 04101)