February 13, 2014
Winter Images From Skylands And The Surrounding Area
Cheryl DuLong, who works at Skylands, my home on Mt. Desert Island, Maine, keeps me updated by sending photographs that she takes of my property, as well as the surrounding area. Cheryl loves to commune with nature and, because she has a good eye for photography, I like to share her images on my blog. Enjoy!
1 The terrace through the leaded glass of a living room window
2 The terrace under a fresh blanket of snow
3 The terrace with the view of Seal Harbor
4 The west terrace and pergola
5 This is bedroom #1 terrace.
6 Another view
7 A table serving of snow
8 The magnificent view beyond
9 Another view of the outer islands
10 A twisted kiwi vine
11 This interesting pattern is frost on a storm window.
12 Snow at Skylands
13 Driveway and gate
14 Back porch of Skylands
15 Reflections in the dining room storm windows
16 Snow-laden branches
17 A giant urn in the woods
18 Witch hazel buds
19 This is the view from the laundry room.
20 A view of the drive
21 The greenhouse at Skylands
22 A pot of fragrant rosemary in the greenhouse
23 Snow in the woods
24 This is the council circle and fire pit.
25 "Rockefeller's teeth" mark the edge of a steep drop-off.
26 More of the beautiful woods
27 More of Rockefeller's teeth
28 The beach at Seal Harbor
29 The snow-covered precipice
30 This is Sand Beach.
31 And Schooner Head
32 This is Seawall Southwest Harbor.
33 More of Seawall
34 The Bass Harbor Light
35 Snow-covered rocks along the shore
36 This is Bass Harbor.
37 When salt water freezes, you know it's cold!
38 This is ice at Trenton Bridge crossing onto Mt. Desert Island.
39 A view of Seal Harbor from the town dock
40 A frozen Jordan Pond and The Bubbles
41 This is the Jordan Pond Road Carriage Road Bridge.
42 The entrance to the carriage roads
43 This is the Jordan Pond Gatehouse.
44 And the Stanley Brook Bridge
45 A nice view of the Stanley Brook Bridge
46 Carriage road signs
47 Arch over the Seaside Trail
48 One of the arches over the Stanley Brook
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