I went for a walk across the bridge tonight, Modern Philosophers, to get that beer I mentioned in the poem I published earlier.
What a gorgeous night to be out for a stroll, and I’m so glad I had the phone’s camera available to take some photos.
Thought you might enjoy going out for a little fresh air with me.
The sun was still in the sky when I left The House on the Hill, but it had set by the time I was ready to walk home.
Now you can decide what you think of Maine in night and day…
I really love this photo, Modern Philosophers. The sun is setting over Bangor, and it is reflected in the Penobscot River. So peaceful and beautiful…
The sky and water were so blue, but you can see the bright sun trying to force its way into the shot from the right side of the photo.
After another loud, bustling day in the office, this shot allowed me a much needed moment of Zen. Perhaps I should make this my screensaver at work…
My side of the Penobscot River as seen from the Bangor side of the bridge. Obviously, I live on the good side of the river!
This is my favorite of all the photos I took on my walk. I love the sky behind the silhouetted city of Bangor, the rippling river, and just enough of the oncoming traffic to give the shot a little action.
How can you look at this photo and not love Maine?
My side of the river again, this time, taken right at the town line. That church belfry to the right looks so gorgeous at night, but I couldn’t quite capture it with the camera phone…
The sky looked so much more colorful when I viewed this one on my phone. Nice job screwing up the beauty of it all, WordPress!
Trust me, the night sky was amazing. If only I had a better camera. Thank goodness my followers have amazing imaginations and can simply picture it in their minds…
The House on the Hill awaits on the other side of the bridge. It’s been a long day, so it’s nice to be home.
In case you’re curious from reading the poem that came before this…yes, the Lightweight Champion has retained his title. I’m not going to tell you what I’ve done in my tipsy state, but let’s just say I used my words.
Hope you enjoyed this little night and day walking tour of Bangor. Goodnight!