full circle in the hundred acre wood

I am not the nimble traveler I was once (if I ever was). My head is stuffed with sights and sounds from the Connecticut and Maine coastlines, and heart is attempting to process all that I have heard and experienced in these past four days.

We arrived in Bernard, Maine late yesterday afternoon. The constant movement of boats seen from windows has made me feel a bit like I am walking on a boat, slightly unbalanced.

Further, this rental home has overflowing bookshelves in almost every room. I have gone from one to another, on hands and knees, looking my eyes out. Too many. Too many good ones. I have to settle down.

It’s morning. Buck and I are headed out soon for a walk.

But before we go, here’s a picture of sunset and full moon rise from York Harbor, Maine. I am drunk, not with wine, but with beauty.

York Harbor, ME sunset 

  Full Moon Rise York Harbor 

0 thoughts on “Blur

  1. Marie says:

    Wow. That is some beauty. Be sure to wave hello to Melissa at Mainelife while you are there in York…


  2. Walk says:

    I think I could use to that view.


  3. Joos says:

    I can imagine you were drunk with beauty with this amazing sunset and rising moon. It shows me of the mystery of living on earth.
    Never thought of taking a picture of the moon.
    Will start doing so when we are in Spain.


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