Of the hundreds of events that take place during summertime in Maine, these are some of the most worthwhile and unique.
To get to Peaks Island, most pass over the mint-green transfer bridge at Forest City Landing. The structure, erected in the 1990s to replace a smaller bridge, is a passageway to 740 acres of island calm. But Peaks is hardly … Continue reading
Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state Twenty years ago, I moved to Bar Harbor to attend College of the Atlantic. I immediately fell in love with Acadia National Park and stayed for … Continue reading
Big and bold, historic forts line the coast of Maine. Dating back to the first and second World Wars, and even the Civil War and Colonial days, these forts each have their own unique story. Crumbling walls of granite … Continue reading
REAL WEDDINGS-February 2014 Photographs by Brendan Bullock June 15 | Peaks Island Casie and Nate met as students at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Several years later, Nate proposed at the boathouse on Seneca Lake near campus. He was … Continue reading
REAL WEDDINGS-February 2014 Photographs by Whitney Fox for Emilie Inc. Photography June 1 | Peaks Island Anthony and Lyndsay met in 2005 while working at the same hospital. Anthony was beginning his residency at the University of Rochester while … Continue reading
REAL WEDDINGS-February 2013 Photographs by Emilie Sommer and Megan Swann of emilie inc. photography June 16 | Peaks Island When Tom enlisted in the military after he and Meghan graduated from Colby College, their only means of communicating … Continue reading
FEATURE-August 2010 By Tamsin Venn Adventurous souls navigate the wonders of Maine’s islands. “Having sea kayaked around the entire rim of the Gulf of Maine, from Cape Cod to Nova Scotia, the thing that makes Maine so unique is the … Continue reading