Low Tide Vibe
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The Sea, once it casts it’s spell, holds one in it’s wonder forever.

-Jacques Cousteau

 

 Low Tide Vibe

 

Maine has an ever-changing landscape. Not only because we have vivid seasons that are in constant motion, but we also have great tides that act like theatrical curtains that open and close, revealing a show of wonderful surprises below the surface – but all on it’s own terms.

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Seaweed Man from Larch Hanson on Vimeo.

Low tide is one of my favorite things about Maine. The rich colors and textures that are unveiled as the tide sweeps out appear like secret treasures. The palate of the ocean floor changes with seasons in the same way the foliage on trees and plants do. The seaweed starts to glow this time of year. It looks like rich honey blanketing the floor or flowing in shallow waters.

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And we thought the winter days in Maine were short… In Northern Greenland, an Inuit village welcomes the Sun’s arrival after more than 40 days of darkness. Watch the video and the return of the sun. — angela

You may play the video here on Nowness. Article is written, and owned, by Nowness.

“Return of the Sun Filmmakers Glen Milner and Ben Hilton Witness the Greenland’s First Dawn of the Year

Set against the expansively beautiful and iridescent landscape of Northern Greenland,

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The City Museum, St. Louis Missouri blog angela adams adventure

This week’s posts all connect to the Midwestern U.S. Our in-house expert on the midwest is non-other than Betsy McDonald, a longtime member of the aa team, whom hails from Missouri. When we were brainstorming about features for this post she suggested the City Museum of St. Louis. From there, I got lost in the imagery and imagination of this amazing place and immediately added it to my to do list on my trip westward.

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