The place I spend the most time in the summer outside of NYC is Maine. My family has a house on Prouts Neck, a small colony on the Atlantic Ocean between Kennebunkport and Portland. I’ve been coming here my whole life, as my father, grandfather, and great-grandfather did before me. I’m typing these words from the screened porch of my house, readying for the Labor Day weekend.
Here now, to round out August, photos from this summer in Maine. (Bonus: all content original to LS.com; no Instagram repeats. Must credit LS.com.)
Checkley Point in June, at its most perilous.
Upstairs at Eastways in July.
The original #sunsetgrammer, in his element, late July.
Late July crew at the Black Point Inn. (Okay, one Instagram rerun.)
Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park, on a hike last weekend made possible when my brother and I ventured up the coast to Northeast Harbor on Mount Desert Island.
View from the Bubble at Acadia, top of our hike.
Northeast Harbor garden in August.
Eastways garden in late August.
Late August goldenrod along the Prouts shore.
Sunset from the PNYC, last weekend.
Dusk over Scarborough Beach.
Stratton Island, a nature preserve owned by the Audubon Society, famed for its terns and seal colony, in late August.
Picnic on Stratton Island, late August.
Kayaking with my brother, end of the afternoon today.
Another great summer in the land #twlsb. Now, commencing the long weekend before getting back to it next week in NYC. Catch you then.