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December 19th, 2014

Behind The Shot: “Christmas Lights on Nubble Lighthouse” by Adam Woodworth – York, Maine

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Composite photograph of several long nighttime exposures of Nubble Lighthouse against the Atlantic Coast in York, Maine
This photo was taken the day after Christmas in 2013. A snowstorm was moving across parts of New England and my day started out by heading north with the hopes of going to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. But the heavier snow up that way and bad traffic on the highway made me turn … 
June 25th, 2014

Behind The Shot: “Milky Way Over Screw Auger Falls” by Adam Woodworth – Grafton Notch State Park, Maine

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Long night exposure of the Milky Way over Screw Auger Falls gorge in Grafton Notch State Park Maine
Ever since I returned to landscape photography in 2008, I have been amazed by the places I’ve visited in my journeys through my original home state of Maine, and my current home state of New Hampshire. Screw Auger Falls in Maine’s Grafton Notch State Park, almost straddling the border of the two states, is a … 
June 30th, 2013

Why I Love Photography on the Maine Coast

Posted By Jerry Monkman
A cairn, above the fog, marks a hiking trail on the summit of Cadillac Mountain in Maine's Acadia National Park.
I’m blessed to live just a mile from the Maine Coast and it’s mix of rocky shorelines, bird-filled tidal marshes, and working harbors (though we have those things in my home state of New Hampshire too, albeit only 17 miles of coastline versus Maine’s 3000.) Summer is my favorite time to shoot on the coast. …