Early June: Through the Cell Phone Lens

Suddenly, we’re three weeks in. Time is flying, but at the same time, it feels like I’ve been here forever. Life outside of this place already seems like a distant memory.

I haven’t been taking many pictures this week, so here’s a summary of my first 3 weeks in Maine via Instagram photos. Please excuse the cheesy filters, but enjoy the spontaneity!

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Totally surreal poppies that were blooming outside the office during the first two weeks. 

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First Saturday – at Megunticook Lake with Katie. 

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Evening coffee. 

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Playing with sparklers after the first Friday Night Show. 

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My staff polaroid portrait. 

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Professional Certificate gallery opening in Rockport. 

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Some amazing fog on one of my first morning runs here. 

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Some Belted Galloways lounging on the roadside. 

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My first-ever, very-own desk at work. 

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Found this my first day.  I love thinking about the keyboard out there that is now missing the help key. 

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Home sweet home!

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A photo class on an evening shoot

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Katie soaking up the sunset at Beech Hill. 

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Large format lessons & matching plaid.

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Maiden Cliffs, with Megunticook Lake below. 

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Chilling in the backyard. 

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Lilac sunset by the bay with Katie. 

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Moonrise Kingdom. 

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On the wall in the office. 

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Forget-me-nots reminding me of home and making me miss my Dansko clogs.

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The bedside table that Katie and I share.  Always ready.

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Coffee by the bay with Spencer. 

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“Sitka” roses

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Singing and playing music at the staff party last night. 

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2 thoughts on “Early June: Through the Cell Phone Lens

  1. I’ve been meaning to let you know of an article I recently read in the current National Geographic magazine. It’s about Lofoten and the fishing/whaling culture on the decline. I only recognized Lofoten because of you – I hope you get a chance to read it, if you haven’t already!

  2. Love this! What a wonderful feeling the photos and descriptions give, what a great place to work for a summer!

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