Wednesday, October 29, 2014

October Favorites in Maine

Reading in my hammock, under a canopy of gold,


Wearing flannel shirts without jackets,

Picking apples with my daughter,

Biking on country roads,

Shopping at the farmers' market,

Brilliant maples at Bowdoin College 
(my husband's lecture hall)

Painting en plein air at Lookout Point,

Bird watching on Seawall Beach

Hiking safely at Morse Mountain (before deer hunting season)

Happy Halloween!

13 comments:

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

The most gorgeous place in October! Enjoy!
xo

A Cuban In London said...

Great photos and I loved that phrase, canopy of gold. Nicely put. Thanks.

Greetings from London.

Amanda Summer said...

You live in a stunning corner of the world, and document it beautifully.

Cat said...

It looks like the perfect setting for the story that is your life :)

kacky said...

Happy Halloween to you as well! Beautiful photos!!

cosmos said...

What beautiful autumn colors! The campus is great.It seems a happy time to pick up sweet apples with your lovely daughter.

Rose said...

Simply beautiful! One of these Octobers I'm going to make it to Maine!

Sarah Laurence said...

All, thank you!

Cosmo, welcome to my blog! I enjoyed the gorgeous photos on your blog too.

Rose, do come visit!

troutbirder said...

Life is good. Although we've only been to Maine twice my memories and your scenes often refresh my conclusion that it is a State very much like home here in Minnesota....:)

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Wow, wow, wow. Those photos are brilliant. I love the clarity and color. Feels like I had a quick trip to Maine.
Thanks so much for dropping by. I hope I get back in the swing soon, because I miss my blogging friends.

vanillasugarblog said...

Thank you for the comment and the connection too!
Your photos are stunning btw; reminds me I need to invest in a big girl camera badly. My iphone is good, but it does not capture the crispness of colors.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

These are wonderful photos! Nothing better than a day with a daughter!

Donna said...

I love this, as well as "Autumn Seduction" below. You have such a gift with poetic words and beautiful photography.