(Photo Above: Tree curved into archway, reflects off water).
The state of Maine has fascinating sites wherever you look, and Webster Park next to the bridge in Orono captures that stunning scenery. Life is an extraordinary thing by all means, and we learn that over our exotic adventures, we must always maintain a captivating visualization.
The same water cannot be touched twice.
The gentle current of the stream displays a divot in the water that the leaves create.
Energy in water moves from one molecule to another; just enough force for the leaves to move, but not break away.
Ripples in the middle; reflection of light off the water illuminates its surroundings.
A hint of purple haze, don't know if I'm comin' up or down . . .
The outer rim of land, into the depths below.
One step forward, two steps back, don't fall over the edge.
Danger sign is down, Portage sign stands as one.
If used to warn someone of possible danger, what led to its fall? Could it be that there isn't any risk at all . . .
Sit down, relax, take a breather. We don't always get that chance.
Mysterious sewer in the middle of the water surrounded by rocks.
Does the passage lead to the lair of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?
Two intertwined into one. Precious value that anyone can have.
A bridge used for safe passage in both directions of freedom.
Beam bridges are the simplest bridges. What might be so simple, may be not.
The sky breathes white fire.
When in doubt of a potential storm, alter the perspective.
Bottle of whiskey left behind.
It's not exactly on the rocks, and a wise man once said, "Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey is barely enough." - Mark Twain
Noble times may not last forever, and our world continues to seek the righteousness of everyone's desire. The moment is ever so brief, and one glance of fascination can show the world what is certain, and what is not. Once we establish that adventurous wisdom, then we may translate our wishes into a glorious reality.