Prout's Neck and Portland, Maine
Intrigued by a story we read in Yankee Magazine, we visited Prout's Neck,
Winslow liked to walk a cliffside path near his studio with his dog, Sam. Following in his footsteps, we took hundreds of photographs, finding alluring views around every twist and turn in the path-- waves broke on the jagged rocks; beach roses grew from tiny crevices; calm pools reflected the sky and revealed sea life below; birds soared and floated; juniper trees blown by eons of ocean wind bent in ikebana poses.
The next day, we went to the
We also watched a video about his studio, which the museum has recently acquired. We saw the studio from the outside yesterday, but came to appreciate it better, inside and out, today.
We could go on sharing our favorites from the museum for quite some time, but I'll end it here with a painting by Raoul Dufy, "Barques aux Martiques," which reminds me of our sunny visit to