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 can’t count all the reasons we love Maine, but 6,000 of them are the state’s lakes and ponds. As soon as the ice goes out each spring, Maine’s interior waterways begin filling with boaters. Whether you’re looking for a serene day on a quiet lake, summertime revelry, or the best places to land a fish, this guide has you covered. The first of our three-part series on boating in Maine is all about our lakes and ponds, including our favorite places to boat and how to stay safe while enjoying these precious months on the water.
A conservation group and like-minded residents banded together to protect Shiloh Pond in Kingfield.
Located just south of Portland, these towns are minutes from the bustling city yet provide the serenity of a quiet getaway.
This lively beachside town is known for its summertime cocktail of amusement park rides, boardwalk kitsch, fried food, and, of course, a seven-mile sandy stretch that has drawn tourists for as long as Maine has been a state. We spoke with Old Orchard Beach resident Gabe Bornstein, who is a partner and director at Rove, a creative production studio, about how to make the most of a day at OOB.
Photographer Katie Johnson reflects on her hometown of Long Island, six miles off the coast in Casco Bay.
The Maine Man Capturing the World’s Oceans National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry’s home may be in York, but he lives his life under the sea. By Anna FiorentinoPhotography by Nicole Wolf Issue: May 2021 There must have been 50 of
The Women of Maine’s Whitewater These paddlers are making the state’s waterways a place for everyone. By Jenny O’ConnellPhotography by Andy Gagne Issue: May 2021 If we forgot the name of a rapid, we had to swim it. We carried
Vacationland by Camper Van On an idyllic route from western mountains and lakes to blueberry hills and coastal islands, a vintage Volkswagen is the perfect companion. By Sandy LangPhotography by Peter Frank Edwards Issue: May 2021 Behind a warehouse-sized office