Location

Capture: Wheat island

April 2016

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state

Hannah Pingree is the former Speaker of the Maine House of Representatives. Today she lives on the island of North Haven with her family, where she helps run family businesses—Turner Farm and Nebo Lodge— as well as a local housing organization. Pingree hosts The Maine Event, an MPBN television show with Senator Roger Katz on Saturday nights at 6 p.m.

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How We Roll

April 2016

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Pedal. Camp. See. Meet. It's not a race. This is about endurance, two-wheeled travel, and having a good time. Grabbing the last couple of spaces to ride along with BikeMaine's annual, roving, bicycle-powered tour.

Andrew Hetherington from Dublin, Ireland, and Robert Wright from New York City ready to pedal on day five of the week-long ride.

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Capture: Beech Hill Preserve

March 2016

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state

This photograph was taken with an iPhone 5C.

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Everyday Farm

March 2016

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Banh mi, roasted fennel pizza, cherry tarts, and baguettes; just-picked bouquets of flowers and radishes tied with twine. From the fields of Freedom to downtown Belfast, since the summer of 2000 the Chase family has been growing, cooking, baking, and making art to create a truck farm phenomenon at Chase's Daily.

Farmer and artist Megan Chase in the fields of the family farm in Freedom where they grow a bounty of vegetables, herbs, and flowers.

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Winter Camp

February 2016

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Two frozen nights in a yurt in Durham.

Photographer Peter Frank Edwards and writer Sandy Lang spend two winter nights in a yurt in Durham.

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Capture: Belfast

January 2016

By: Jenifer Harris
Photography: Jenifer Harris

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state

This image was captured with a Nikon 1 S1.

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Trail Rising

January 2016

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Dust on the water bottle and a bumpy ride. It’s the 85-mile-long down east sunrise trail that skirts through Hancock and Washington counties toward the coast. The sun is famously up early here and slips down late, and sometimes, we see no other travelers for miles.

Pedaling where trains once chugged past on a section of the 85-mile, multi-use trail near Cherryfield. The Down East Sunrise Trail offers off-road passage in all seasons for cyclists, hikers, skiers, and people on snowshoes, horseback, snowmobiles, or ATVs.

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