Thursday, October 16, 2014

Cut Out Color

Situated on an estuary of the Presumpscot River, the 65 acre sanctuary Maine Audubon at Gilsland Farm is set within a beautiful environment. If you are looking for an exciting place to visit in southern Maine amid fall colors, put the Audubon Society near the top of your list. Lots of trails meandering through the acreage. Lots of color this time of year. Lots of sculptures throughout the property too. Besides the gardens, the educational center, the trails, the views, the pond, the meadows, the orchard the sculptures throughout your walk will add so much. This is one of my favorites.
Take a hike along these trails.
It's good for the soul. 


20 comments:

  1. One can see this like a frame of sorts: the view seems nice enough...

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  2. It's the first time that someone has told me "to take a hike," that I am eager to comply.

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  3. This does look like a great place to hike. I hope you'll show us more of the sculptures.

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  4. Still waiting to see such blazing colors here . . .

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  5. Those red trees ! I love them! We have not such colors here .

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  6. Wonderful color. Looks like one of the last of the warm fall days. Enjoy.

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  7. This is a really lovely spot! And this sculpture could have been done by one of my husband's friends...looks like his sort of work.

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  8. I love the notion that the scene framed by the cut-out will change with the seasons . . . maybe you will go back in winter. . .?

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  9. Thank goodness that there are places like this to visit and enjoy!!

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  10. Very clever composition here Birdman, nice work!

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  11. I like this one, too. Nice composition, with the flaming foliage peeking through.

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