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Maine: Emery Mills

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The ice is thawing on Mousam Lake in Emery Mills.  The reflection of the pines on the open water is a beautiful contrast to the melting sheet of ice still rimming the shore.

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Maine: Salt Ice Low Tide Kittery

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At low tide the plates of ice on the edge of the river break up and lie scattered on top of the mud. When the tide rises the water travels back up the creeks and the ice floats in like pieces of a puzzle. 

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Island in Piscatisqua

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The Piscatisqua River forms the southern border between Maine and New Hampshire. In late winter the trees and shrubs are becoming more colorful. The snow, ice and salt water are a nice contrast to the greens and burnt siennas.

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Maine: Milton Mills

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When we  were out scouting for painting locations with open water one afternoon we drove into the sleepy little town of Milton Mills. It is on the border of Maine and New Hampshire.  A small rushing river and a mill pond are what is left of industry there. The river is the border between the two states.

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Great Bay Ice

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From  the shore of Durham Point, New Hampshire Great Bay stretches out and wraps around you. The narrow bays stay ice locked longer than the large open areas where the ice cakes float by silently in the tides that barely create a ripple as they go in and out.
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Maine Chauncey Creek

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One afternoon on Chauncey Creek the sun sank behind a haze of clouds making the sky above the trees glow  with a yellow light.
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Chauncey Creek Pines

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The tide helps break up the ice in Chauncey Creek on Kittery Point. The open water reflection of the pines creates a dynamic contrast to all the winter white.

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Maine: Chauncey Creek Ice

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Chauncey Creek on Kittery Point is a tidal salt water creek.  When I first moved to Maine I lived on the edge of this beautiful creek.