Myth: Maine is not grey and dismal all winter… Top to bottom 1-12 represent a photo taken each month of a sunrise or a sunset… Can you figure when each of these photos was taken?
Typically I post information strictly relative to the lodging/recreational industry here in Maine. But this morning, I felt compelled to give you a visual on some of our Maine sunrises. The most beautiful, in my opinion, come mid-August through February – the air seems drier and we end up with some gorgeous colorful sunrises…just wanted
Each month I will feature a new calendar with a different image, all taken in Maine. It could be the coast, could be the lakes and mountains, any season. Or it could be a local Maine food, farmer or food artisan. Go ahead and download the August calendar – this is the sunrise over the
summer in Southwest Harbor…looking toward Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park…seasmoke in November…fog in April… As a former innkeeper, one of the comments we heard absolutely constantly, without fail, was “how do you deal with the weather, particularly the winter?” And our natural reaction was this “well, we don’t often have to deal with hurricanes
Clearly I have a passion for photography. But with the incredible scenery we have in Maine, can you blame me? I just feel the need to post sunrises…they always amaze me…this one shows the sun illuminating a small sliver of water in the distance. One minute it was there, the next, gone…
This is sunrise…Greening Island, left, Sutton Island, middle, Cranberry Island, right and this is sunset… Amazing that we’re able to catch the sun gleaming down on the very same islands in view as during sunrise. Neither of these is color enhanced; the colors during sunset made the pine trees look like a field of wheat.
Sunset from atop Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National ParkSeasmoke at sunrise over Southwest HarborMore sunrises over Southwest HarborOur clear air and low pollution help contribute to the beauty of our sunrises and sunsets in Maine. We have some of the most beautiful skies in the eastern U.S. Summer humidity remains relatively low and with plenty of