Moving to Maine

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Grafton Notch State Park in Maine located along the Appalachian Trail features pristine water falls  springs, hiking, picnic tables, even a snowmobile trail.

Screw Auger Falls, Maine

A lovely waterfall with a strange name in Grafton Notch State Park.

Camden Falls, Maine  This is anamazing site.  The town is built along side it and the river dumps into Penobscot Bay right in the marina.

Camden Falls

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ah, the Portland Head Light; even after the fifth time going, it's absolutely insanely beautiful as if it were the first time I laid eyes on it. love Maine.

Portland Headlight Maine by Dave Mills

Portland Headlight Maine Photograph by Dave Mills

Things to do in Portland, Maine: A gigantic visitor's guide

Things to do in Portland - A visitor's guide to Maine's most exciting city - mainetoday

So you're visiting Portland, eh? It's a cool city with lots of amazing food - but you know that. Congress Street is a hub of art, shops and life. A quick walk toward the ocean will bring you to the Old Port, with its cobblestone streets, salty breezes and lots of ice cream and touristy stores.

Bucketlist: Sea Anemone Cave Sunrise, Acadia National Park, Maine, have to head in and back out at low tide.

Sea Anemone Cave Sunrise

Acadia National Park My Facebook Blog Hit "L" on your keyboard for a larger image It has been several years since I ventured into the depths of the treacherous sea cave known as the Sea Anemone Cave in Acadia National Park. You will not find this feature on any maps for good reason, its dangerous. You have to know the tides, and you have to be aware of the near ice-like conditions that exist inside the cave. I knew this year that I wanted to venture back into the cave, so I decided to bring…

Maine Landscape Photograph  Fine Art Photo  by NatureMandalas, $25.00

Maine Landscape Photo Beach Photography Ocean Photograph | Etsy

Original fine art photograph | unframed This archival photograph is professionally printed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier paper. This paper has a lustre (non-glossy) surface, and is rated to last 100+ years. This is a true photographic print, made by exposing light onto photographic paper, not an inkjet or giclee print. • This print is unmatted & unframed. Framed images are shown for illustrative purposes only. • Measurements are in inches. ♦ How is this packaged? Prints are shipped…

Wake up and enjoy life today, don't let the snow stop you from going outside. This doesn't me drive this means walk out the front door.

Wake up and enjoy life today, don't let the snow stop you from going outside. This doesn't me drive this means walk out the front door.

Screw Auger Falls In Grafton Notch State Park Maine

Screw Auger Falls In Grafton Notch State Park Maine

Fore Street in Portland Maine"s Old Port Section

The Old Port, Portland, Maine (30646)

Fore Street in Portland's Old Port section. For editorial or licensing, contact me at images@johnbald.net (prompt response!). To order a print, please click here for my prints page. Image ©John Bald, all rights reserved.

Standing above the Chimney Trail (to the right and pretty much straight down) on Tumbledown Mt. in western Maine, near Weld

Tumbledown & me

Standing above the Chimney Trail (to the right and pretty much straight down) on Tumbledown Mt. in western Maine, near Weld. Johnny and Michelle were at the top of the trailhead when he took the picture of me. This looks unusual to me for a Maine vista in that there's no body of water visible in the picture. This has been tumbled a lot on tumblr recently after somebody linked to it and now going it's into the Icebox under the You Don't Know Icebox rules. May be disqualified because it's a…

Otto Pizza Portland Maine

Portland, Maine in 10 Bites - Map & Menu

Meredith and I often get asked by visiting Map & Menu readers, family, and friends what to eat in Portland, so inspired by the recurring ’10 …