From Stonington on Deer Isle, Isle au Haut with boat-woman and author Linda Greenlaw, off we go.
Isle au Haut
The fog is a shifting entity, moving across the Isle Au Haut thoroughfare with a seeming sense of purpose.
ubecighthouses are symbols of protection, of coming and leaving home. Many were built in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, when the government wanted to encourage safe passage for trade ships along the coast. Today over 60 beacons line … Continue reading
A-LIST-November 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photograph by Steve Kelly 01 Vinalhaven Ferry If you happen to be traveling after winters chill has set in, the ride to Vinalhaven is a moody and slightly austere way to experience the Atlantic … Continue reading
FEATURE-June 2010By Jason BrownPhotographs by Michael HeikoMaps by Jennifer Judd-Mcgee Out past Isle au Haut, past Monhegan, past Metinic, approximately 22 miles out in the middle of the Gulf of Maine, sits Matinicus Island, a 750-acre granite tooth covered with … Continue reading