Eastport is quiet in the morning. Two visitors stroll up and down the sidewalk, looking for a good spot to eat breakfast. Across Water Street, […]

The engine revs and tires spin, flinging mud in every direction, but the truck isn’t going anywhere. A long two seconds pass. Mud splatters the […]

Cyclists whiz around corners and whip up and down gentle hills on Acadia National Park’s carriage roads. Surrounded on all sides by trees, mountains and […]

Visitors lie on blankets in the sand and look up to the sky as waves rush up the beach and pull back again in a […]

A long, dirt road winds through the middle of the Holbrook Island Sanctuary in Brooksville with trailheads intermittently marked on either side. Near the end, […]

The Craig Brook Fish Hatchery in East Orland is celebrating its 125th year of Atlantic salmon restoration this year. Very few fish showed up to […]

There’s a spot on the coast of Ironbound Island where the cliffs don’t quite fit together. The break in the coastline creates a grotto where […]

Passengers aboard the 40-foot R.L. Gott hop out of their seats to take pictures as the boat slows to a crawl. About 30 seals are […]

You could tell the raccoons were coming when the sound of garbage cans clanging to the ground echoed through the night. So when Alice Kidd […]

The Cynthia Winings Gallery is abuzz as scores of folks eye the vibrant artwork gracing the clean white walls on opening day. It’s clear Blue […]

Sandwiched between pictures of his six kids and nine grandkids, Don Goss of Orrington keeps a photo of another family member: his 1932 Ford Model […]

Tall granite sculptures dot a garden overflowing with greenery. A dozen chickens strut aimlessly while a cover of Harry Nilsson’s “Everybody’s Talkin’” plays in the […]

A short, bird-like call echoed over the sparkling Bagaduce River. The shore was too distant to see its source, but Karen Francoeur knew it was […]

It was misty and cold as the Margaret Todd glided off the Bar Harbor Inn pier and into Frenchman Bay. Passengers lined the green benches […]

Ellen Dohmen spots a clover patch to the left of the Valley Trail on Beech Mountain. She stops and plucks a few leaves to smell. […]