The Coming Spring of Maine USA
With spring upon us with the northern United States it's time for us to prepare to capture some unique photography shots. Our return to the misty shore of Maine, and the sweet smell of Maine spring flowers are on their way. With the mixing of cold and new warm winds from the south we are greeted with the mysterious fog that comes in from ashore. Thunder storms will arrive soon, and the hard cool spring downpours will begin. This area of the north can have an abundance of storm conditions and this spring may bring more than usual.
The early morning fog rolls in on most mornings still, but some days can bring with it the blue skies northern Maine is famous for. Snow still dots the roadways until you get to the coast, and now the days are warming in rapid succession. We look forward to catching these glimpses of changes within this transition time, and hope to capture the sun along the way.
Getting the views through the misty days can be a challenge, but bring a silence peaceful view of the early morning. But soon these early days of spring will be behind, and open up the land to fields of sunflowers, and spring wildflowers as far as the eye can see. Animals now roam the fields and roadsides looking for food, and wild turkey's due their part to fill the silence with their afternoon gobbles.
So enough we will have the flowers of spring/summer and ExploreTraveler will be there to capture this time period. So stay tuned, and watch our channel because allot of new material is planned for this year.
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