Passagassawakeag River

by Brittany Linscott
(Waldo, ME, US)

This is the beautiful Passagassawakeag River where I love to hang out.   I like to sit by the bridge and just think sometimes.

This is the beautiful Passagassawakeag River where I love to hang out. I like to sit by the bridge and just think sometimes.

My name is Brittany and I live in Waldo, ME. My Mom and I have this thing about fishing. We have to do it! So, I was down at the bridge one evening with my Mom and I decided to take a couple pictures only one of which came out half way decent. My Mom and I go down to the Passagassawakeag River quite often here in Waldo or in Belfast. This river runs right down behind my house. It used to be packed full of trout, but the people around here fish alot. There are quite a few turtles that live in this beautiful river and its just a very beautiful scene especially when the sun is setting.

Dear Brittany,

These are the most beautiful landscapes of all. The natural ones! You are so lucky to have this river behind your house. I grew up on the York River in Gloucester County, VA and I miss it every day. Rivers do create peaceful environments that are like no other.
Thanks for taking the time to send your picture. I hope you like your page. Send your friends to see what a great photographer you are and to write comments!!!


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Jan 20, 2012
Great Pic!
by: Heidi

Fabulous picture. It's amazing how views like this can give a peacefulness to our lives.

As a landscape designer, preserving this type of view (when you have a view from your own yard) is so important.

Little trees grow up to be big trees -- and sometimes can overgrow a once beautiful view. Then we're left wondering what to do -- cut down gorgeous trees? (No one wants that!)

Thanks for the great reminder in your picture.

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