Umbagog
PETER SZAWLOWSKI Umbagog Digital Photograph
The sounds of geese gathering ...
September 2010
10in x 10in

At the northern end of Umbagog Lake
East of Errol, New Hampshire
[017c-0910]
PETER SZAWLOWSKI Umbagog Digital photograph
The voice of the Loon
September 2010
10in x 10in

At the northern end of Umbagog Lake
near where the Magalloway River enters the lake.
Northeast of Errol, New Hampshire
[017c-0910]
PETER SZAWLOWSKI Umbagog Digital photograph
Pointing at the Moon
September 2010
10in x 10in

At the northern end of Umbagog Lake
near where the Magalloway River enters the lake.
Northeast of Errol, New Hampshire
[011b-0511]
PETER SZAWLOWSKI Umbagog Digital photograph
The moon does not get wet
September 2010
10in x 10in

At the Northern end of the lake
Northeast of Errol, New Hamps
[024-0910]
PETER SZAWLOWSKI Umbagog Digital photograph
Dusk
September 2010
10in x 7.5in

At the Northern end of the lake
near the mouth of the Magalloway River.
Northeast of Errol, New Hampshire
[018-0910]
PETER SZAWLOWSKI Umbagog Digital Photograph
The Sun goes away at night ...
September 2010
10in x 7.5in

At the Northern end of the lake
near the mouth of the Magalloway River.
Northeast of Errol, New Hampshire
[037-0910]

Umbagog Lake is a wilderness lake located in Coös County, New Hampshire and Oxford County, Maine.
The lake is part of the Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge and a New Hampshire state park.


"... we lay on the shore of a lake, we heard the voice of the loon, loud and distinct, from far over the lake. It is a very wild sound, quite in keeping with the place and the circumstances of the traveler, and very unlike the voice of a bird. I could lie awake for hours listening to it, it is so thrilling."

Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) in "The Allegash and East Branch" (1864)


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