A summer night at Pollywog Pond in Maine’s Nahmakanta Public Reserved Land.
Lunch, moose style. Captured from my kayak on remote Williams pond in the Maine woods.
Fowler Brook in northern Baxter State Park.
A golden poplar grows out of the granite along the West Branch of the Penobscot River in Maine’s Ripogenus Gorge.
It’s always fun to kayak in the early morning fog. I was camping at a Nature Conservancy campsite on the shore of Hurd Pond and set out before the sun broke through the fog.
White water on the Penobscot’s East Branch near Grindstone Falls.
A bull moose in tall grass and pickerelweed off the Golden Road in Maine’s North Woods.
Looking east from Katahdin’s Hamlin Ridge. The view includes North and South Turner Mountains, Blueberry Pond and Blueberry Knoll in the North Basin, Basin Ponds, Dry Pond, South Branch Pond, Katahdin Lake, and the mountains in Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument.
The peaks in Baxter State Park visible from the Debsconeag Deadwater, part of the Penobscot River corridor. I made this panorama by taking 10 individual shots in my bouncing kayak and merging them in Lightroom–an easy feat compared to what the river drivers of the past had to do to harvest timber.
Views on the Turtle Ridge Loop Trail in Maine’s Nahmakanta Public Reserved Land. The roughly 9-mile trail passes by five ponds: Sing-Sing, Hedgehog, Rabbit, Henderson, and Long Ponds.