Monday, October 1, 2012

Islands in Maine

There's nothing in the world quite like an island in Maine. We pass all kinds when we sail. There are the crumbled shell and sand beaches that disappear at high tide, larger rounded outcroppings worn smooth by trillions of years of pounding waves and tide, and tree covered islands that always astound me when I think about how all of that greenery is the result of the determination of one little pine cone!

Maine's undulating, zigzagging shoreline is 3,478 miles long with close to 3000 islands offshore. Take your pick and be in awe. This one was in The Reach off North Haven.

Islands in Maine • 8" x 8" acrylic framed to 12" x 12" • $200

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