When the Pandemic Hit, These Photographers Started Pedaling From Kittery to Lubec, two adventure photographers cycled the entire coast of Maine last summer. by Katherine EnglishmanPhotography by Chris Bennett, Chris Shane + Jamie Walter Issue: June 2021 “The sovereign freedom
Driving out for shore dinners on the midcoast, we’re on a quest for takeout fare while the weather’s fine. Our destination: dock and dine.
We find brews and stews, fireside nights, and snowy vistas of White Mountains’ peaks, all on a weekend getaway to Fryeburg, Center Lovell, and nearby locales.
Somewhere east of Moosehead Lake, where logging roads and hiking trails are the only routes, we find the glacier-remnant waterfalls and deep canyons of Gulf Hagas.
Catching the boat for an end-of-summer visit to Vinalhaven, a granite island about 12 miles offshore from Rockland
The wind is blowing big, swirling flakes, and it feels like it's carrying us, too, right into Rockland.
Along the Penobscot River in Maine's third-largest city, the summertime scenery is urban streets and music stars.
Going mobile in the backcountry: a snow-carpeted ride from Jackman