Fall in Maine—Not Just Another Pretty Face

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Fall in Maine is one of the most vibrant and colorful places that you will ever experience. If you click the link below you will see what I mean. Fall is also about how some things can take on aspects that seem at first sight so unattractive, yet looked at more closely, they are simply beautiful—like the gourds on this page. This, I learned from Aesthetic Realism, is universally true because of the opposites, expressed by Eli Siegel in this statement, “All beauty is a making one of opposites, and the making one of opposites is what we are going after in ourselves.”

The photos were taken in the Acadia, Camden & Brunswick areas of Maine. It was my great pleasure to be there and witness such beauty. Click here.

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One Response to “Fall in Maine—Not Just Another Pretty Face”

  1. I loved the slide show! If you haven’t yet gotten away to see the leaves in the Northeast, you will love this.

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