Beautiful small historic town on the Mid Coast of Maine, home to the Maine Lobster Festival, Farnsworth Museum, Windjammers and Primo Restaurant. Right on Penobscot Bay with ferries to outer islands.
West Branch Penobscot River ~ Northern Maine Mt. Katahdin in the background
"Short" by David Witbeck. 48" x 36" Oil on Canvas. Available at Maine Art Paintings & Sculpture.
The Colorful Living Project
Maine Lobster Art Print Poster
Notes from a lobster fishing village
Annie Catherine - North Haven, Maine.
Claudia Diller: Prints and posters from Maine contemporary folk art primitive inspired by the Maine coast and Western mountains
Andrew and Jamie Wyeth
Photograph of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay in the New York City office of Miss Margaret Cuthbert, director of Public Affairs programs for the National Broadcasting Company, ca. 1935. The photograph is written on verso as a "gift of Vincent's Auntie Kem," Clementine M. Parsons, sister to Millay's mother Cora Buzzell Millay. Edna St. Vincent Millay has autographed the photograph. Item # 72946 on Maine Memory Network
Edna St. Vincent Millay, known for her poetry that focused on feminists themes and sexual freedom, began her literary career at the age of 20. Born in Rockland, Maine in 1892 she won the Pulitzer Prize for her book "Harp-Weaver.Her famous quote "My candle burns at both ends, It will not last the night; But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends, It gives a lovely light!
Lobster, lobster, lobster. Brown Butter Lobster, Bacon + Crispy Kale and Fontina Pasta
Spent the night in Rockland, Maine on the waterfront across from the Ferry Terminal so we could catch the early ferry to Vinalhaven. Ate a great meal at The Lobsterman.
A Morning In Maine - Day sails on beautiful Penobscot Bay leaving from Rockland Maine
Farnsworth Museum - Rockland, ME