Saturday, September 3, 2011

Evening Relief

It had rained for two days, nonstop, before Irene. You remember that. We spent the first day in Bar Harbor avoiding the wet, but by evening, the clouds began to part.

The view from the woods edge.

And from the slick rocks covered in mustard seaweeds.

Which had mussels between them and occasional urchins.

And the coast had berries, like these.

Which dried blue.

And these plump reds.

That also came in orange.

And then the sun set, promising us a drier day.

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