Maine Is The Focus Of Down East Photographic Workshops
By Everett Potter
The coast of Maine is one of the most dramatic and photographed places in the country. Thanks to a jagged and undulating coastline that has myriad inlets, coves and bays, it totals up to a staggering 3,478 miles. For photographers, that means that there are endless opportunities to shoot rocky headlands, lobster boats and lighthouses. It’s a menu of sunrises and sunsets, pine trees, remote islands and an ever-changing ocean. As for the rest of the state, there is no shortage of subject matter in the mountains, lakes and wilderness of western and northern of Maine. Cue the moose, loons and bald eagles.
Enter seasoned photographers from Down East magazine, a publication that has been chronicling the people, pastimes and passions of the great state of Maine for the past 60 years … continue reading