Just where is "Vacationland"? Well, it is a term used to refer to the state of Maine. I have been a bit quiet the last couple of months and now you know why! Not too worry, many more exciting adventures, photographs and stories are coming soon!
Now that we have established where, the next questions is "Why Maine?" Maine is a unique natural setting for outdoor enthusiasts with four beautiful, distinct seasons. As many landscape and nature photographers know, Maine is home to Acadia National Park and more than 3,000 miles of coastline to enjoy. I am returning to Maine, because home truly is "where the heart is." I was born and raised in Maine and many of my family members live in Maine (and New England). After living in Maryland and Washington, D.C., we have discussed many times the possibilities of returning to Maine (my husband is also from Maine). An exciting professional opportunity has turned a possibility into a reality.
I have learned so much while living in the "big city" and feel very lucky to have met very special friends and colleagues who I look forward to reconnecting with soon. I also hope to introduce a few adventurous ones to the fun and beauty that Maine has to offer.
With the transition of moving, I must admit I have not been able to get out with my camera as much as I would like and am eager to share many exciting adventures with you very soon. Just to give you a "taste" of Maine, I have included a couple of images I took in Maine (in 2009) the first year I began my website and decided to follow my passion for photography.
It has been a rough week. Similar to many of you, Monday's violent events have been hard to process. Boston has and continues to remain strong and outpouring support and caring words have been shared all over the world! I arrived in Boston yesterday and captured a couple of shots in Cambridge while walking around Harvard Square. All images were taken and processed on my iPhone. I am with a good friend and we are safe so not too worry. For those who might be wondering, no, I have not been out taking any photographs today. Be safe, stay strong!
Are you starting to see spring come alive or does Mother Nature have other plans? In this post, I have provided 3 tips that I used to create this image. I hope that you will find these helpful as you capture the awakening beauty of the plants and flowers in your area!
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