Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Damariscotta Lake, Ellen Miller's Photos, Maine, Marshall Point & Penquid Light House, Midcoast Maine, Nobleboro, Rockport., Round Pound, State Parks of Camden and Portland
Six photos and a link to a slide show by Ellen Miller from a very recent four day trip to Maine.
Most of the photos were taken from the midcoast area, including Damariscotta Lake, Nobleboro, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Marshall Point & Penquid Light House, the state parks of Camden and Portland, Round Pound and Rockport.
To see Ellen’s entire slide show (28 photos), use this link: Maine 2015 Slide Show.
For the best viewing, click on the little arrow at the top right of the first page to start the slide show and see all the photos in the largest size possible (use a laptop or desktop computer if you have access to either).
David Stephenson said:
Wonderful! Your career as a photog will be as illustrious as your last one, Ellen. Just don’t let that nutcake Gov. LePage use them to promote life Down East. Particularly loved that one of the grizzled lobsterman: you know, “RAM walking.” LOL.
Richard Margolies said:
I agree with David Stephenson that Ellen is an artist, who has shown us she is fulfilling her potential now that she has concluded her urban NGO responsibilities. From Sunlight to sunlight! From transparency of government to lucidity of lens.
Her Maine palette is fantastic and evocative. Captain Hugh at the wheel of his boat, just as we last saw him on the lake. Richard walking the dock at Camden, a classic. The leaves and nature’s Expressionist flotsam by the shore, the saltbox gray houses, the gleam of the sun on the water. It is paradise up there in Maine that Ellen has shown us. Anyone want to build a house we can share over the coming years?
As for Gov. LePage, it is certainly time that the voters turned the page on his sad governance.
roger nelson said:
FANTASTIC AS ALWAYS –BEAUTIFUL PICTURES – BEST TIME TO BE THERE;>)
chris rothenberger said:
This photos made me long for my New England roots, as they are quite beautiful. I miss the fall colors so much at this time of year living in Florida. Thank you for sharing!!
Romana Campos said:
Ellen … stunning pictures! Love the faded dock and the blue boat best. And of course, you captured the bright tangerine color of a maple and the full fall palette. Nice array of pictures and compositions.
Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. I thoroughly enjoyed the armchair trip.
Diana Bunday said:
The pictures are gorgeous. I want to leave for Maine rigtht away. The armchair trip was very enjoyable too.
Judy White said:
What a good eye you have, Ellen. And it doesn’t even look cold up there. Thanks.
samuel clover jr said:
ellen happy spring from the long star state…maybe you’ll publish one day all the worlds,gods vison you’ve photoed…mr. sam