Naomi and I went to Bailey Island this weekend to enjoy one of the few sunny days we have in the last month. The winter sun hangs low in the sky, setting just past four in the afternoon—this was taken at 3 pm. Click on the image for a larger view.
Maine has a fascinating environment. Sometimes the perception of distance dissipates and all that remains of the landscape is depth, like strata in an archeological dig. Click on the image for a larger view.
Maine’s coastline is a contorted into bays, peninsulas, coves, and islands. Bailey Island is the terminal point along a string of inhabitable islands jutting out into the Gulf of Maine. Many small uninhabitable islands dot the coast as well, like these rocks on the other side of Jaquish Gut—a small waterway between Bailey Island and Jaquish Island. Click on the image for a larger view.