Sailing Solo

The print above depicts a crisp, calm ocean scene in Maine. It’s amazing that five weeks have already passed since we left this spot.

This sailboat is the only one in view and no one’s complaining. A crystal clear view and a beautiful sun soaked afternoon–this is all we asked for that day.

This was taken at the close of a whale watch cruise in Boothbay Harbour, Maine. A beautiful harbour filled with the most beautiful hues of blue.

More of Maine

Maine had a lot to offer. We were only there about three days. We would have readily doubled our days there. These photos were taken in Edgecomb.

This was the view from our little cottage.

Edgecomb, Maine

The photo above is from a nearby dock.

Edgecomb, Maine

The photo above is from the same dock as the photo preceding it.

Edgecomb, Maine

The photo above is another from our little cottage. This was taken early, early morning on a quite foggy day. And to give you an idea of the weather, this was taken after quite a bit of the fog let up. In the distance was a bridge and several boats. You can see the shadow and weight of where the bridge would be.

Edgecomb, Maine

A Foray into Maine

Growing up in New England, it’s customary to spend your holiday time in a few particular places: Maine, Cape Cod, Vermont, etc. It’s a local custom. In a recent holiday to the US, we did just that! Here are a few photos from the teeny town where we stayed: Edgecomb, Maine.

More to come.


Edgecomb, Maine




Basking in Blue

Blue MountainsMy throat’s sore. I’m exhausted. And I dealt with too many perturbed people today, but everyone loves looking at mountains.

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Legend Tells Us

I mentioned a few posts back that we spent a gorgeous (but chilly!) long weekend in Mudgee recently. This pit stop of sorts was one of the best pieces of the entire weekend. You’ll see why.These rock formations are known as the Three Sisters. You can learn more about their background here.Aboriginal legend says that the three ancient formations were three sisters turned to stone by a magic doctor of some kind. He wanted to protect them from harm and so temporarily transformed them from women to stone but was killed before he could change them back.

Legend aside, the view was spectacular.

When a photo speaks to you

Taken on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia.

We had a lovely long weekend here in mid-November. It was, truly, a dream.

Also, as we approach the holiday season, I hope you’ll remember Let’s Go Lesco Photos for your gifting needs–whether cards, prints, paintings, or what have you.

If you find a photo that speaks to you, please let me know. I can have anything on my site printed in various sizes and mailed. Anything can be mailed internationally. Also, as my most loyal readers, I’d be happy to throw you a discount. Just ask 🙂

In addition to helping my business continue toward its potential, a portion of all proceeds will go to a deserving charity. I’m considering a few different ones, but if you have a suggestion, I’m absolutely open and would love to have your input. My family has a strong history of giving of ourselves whenever possible and it’s something I’m happy to share with you.