A Haven for Vee

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

4th of July Mosaics

Allow me to briefly interrupt the Western Maine road trip to introduce the Eastern Maine road trip taken the 4th of July. The mosaics speak for themselves and, if you look closely, you may find a surprise. All pictures for these mosaics were taken at *Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park.*

Along the Casco Bay Trail

At the Shore

Can't see Casco Bay for the Trees

Fun and Games

Osprey

'Twas a busy, fun, lovely, exhausting day. A lovely Tuesday to you...




Edited to Add: I've linked this post to the Adventure Tour Express at A Bit of the Blarney.

30 comments:

  1. What beautiful scenery - you've created gorgeous mosaics. I do believe that I've found the "surprise", but will come back and read later to ensure that I'm right before I commit!

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  2. Wow~ So very gorgeous.

    I am exhausted after a late night and a very early morning. I'll stop back later when my brain is actually functional.

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  3. Lovely photos, Vee.

    Sorry, I don't see a surprise...I must be missing something. Well, it wouldn't be the first time!

    Your photos reinforce my desire to visit Maine - when we go to Vermont this year!

    Deanna

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  4. -clapping hands- Oh-my-gracious-me-oh-my-oh-mercy!!! A sweet pic of John and Vee snuck it's way into one of the mosaics! Hooray!

    Yes, and a sweet picture it is~

    ~♥~

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  5. And I saw it, BEFORE reading your "Look for a surprise" hint! I did. I did. I'm a great looker-at-pics-first I guess. :-)

    ~♥~

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  6. It looks like you found the perfect spot to celebrate July 4th with your family!

    I see you had mosquito protection along. Were they a problem? They have come out in full force over here these past few days (late this year...like everything else)!

    Surprise? Hmmm. I'll be back after the commercial break. ☺

    Great photos!

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  7. Hi Vee,
    Wow what great trips you are having. Your photo's are wonderful! I love them....
    I see a very pretty you in one photo and something in the water...not for sure what it is thou (a croc)
    I love the school house turned home..its so sweet and looks like the perfect cottage.
    I must learn how to make a mosaic, they are so fun see.
    I have enjoyed my visit very much with you today.
    Have a sweet day and big hugs, Elizabeth

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  8. Beautiful Vee....you live in a beautiful place. I loved seeing the picture of you and John....
    Hugs,
    Penny

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  9. I was right - the picture of you and John was the surprise!! And a wonderful surprise it was! I found it right away, but since I haven't met the two of you in person, I thought I'd better not say until I knew it was the two of you. I must say, you do look like the sweetest couple.

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  10. wow! What a beautiful location! Your fourth looks like it was spent in the grandest of styles ... family!

    I love the pic of you and John .... what a sweet surprise!

    Maine is just beautiful. I may have to talk my hubs into a road trip North instead of South sometime!

    Jen

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  11. It looks like a very pretty place for a road trip. Your photos are beautiful and so is that sweet looking couple that I see in the third mosaic. Is that the surprise?

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  12. I hope to see Maine one day and your pictures have inspired me to do it. Our nephew and family are in Maine this week. He has posted pics of light houses and beautiful senery. Looks like you all had fun.

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  13. Water, forest and sky make for such lovely photos. It looks like you all had a lot of fun.
    And I'd say the surprise is the photo of you with John - knowing that you don't often put up photos of yourself. You look happy together.

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  14. Beautiful mosaics of your holiday in Maine. It's such a beautiful state along the coastline. Now, I must look for the surprise pic now that I know what to look for.:-) Enjoy the nice weather! Hugs, Pamela

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  15. Nice picture of you and John there!! : )
    Looks like a great place for walking!!

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  16. Your lovely mosaics certainly do speak for themselves.

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  17. Vee,

    The mosaics are gorgeous! My favorite shot, those darling little blue shoes! You and John are so cute together! What a wonderful family day. Only for you am I popping in to comment. (Are you trying to lure me back? ;c)

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  18. Vee, your mosaic pictures are wonderful. I'd like to visit that state park! Yes, the Marines who were stationed near you are now here for a furlough before reporting to Okinawa, Japan. I will make the most of it and may be absent from the blogosphere for awhile. Enjoy your summer at these beautiful places!
    Deb

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  19. These photos are breath-taking! Really..gorgeous! And you? Gorgeous as well..what a sweet couple you 2 are!! Great memories, I'm sure..and thanks for letting us share in them..XXOO

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  20. Your mosaics are beautiful, Vee! It looks like your family had a wonderful and refreshing trip along the beautoful coast of Maine. I spied the sweet photo of you and John standing in the shade. :) You make a wonderful couple!

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  21. I love that majestic osprey! All of the photos make wonderful mosaics! I've never been to Maine...would love to visit that area! ♥

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  22. A picture is worth a thousand words....yours say one - FUN!!!

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  23. Looks like a good time was had by all!

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  24. Thank you for sharing your beautiful Maine.
    I hope someday to visit there. Your rocky shore resemble many of our Lake Superior ones.
    I became a follower-I'll be back soon to visit again!

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  25. What beauty~

    And did you really get that fabulous photo of the osprey? Most wonderful!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  26. Maine is a beautiful state. Your mosaics are getting better and better...what great subjects.

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  27. I like these mosaic pics too, they make a nice change sometimes

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