Red Sky at night... (cold+snap snow sunrise+sunset sky trees ). Photo by cantonme

Red Sky at night...

Uploaded by: cantonme

Sunday October 18, 2009

Hartford, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: In this case led to snow about an hour later as precip backed in from the east as a large ocean storm passed by well off the Atlantic seaboard from Maine

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October 18, 2009 Photo Series

About cantonme

cantonme

I'm a software developer by trade but my true passion lies outdoors with all things dealing with nature. I love to work, play and observe all that the outdoors has to offer. The more rustic and wild the better. I live with my lovely wife in a restored farmhouse in rural western Maine in the foothills of the mountains that run through central and western New England. I own 15 acres of land that is quite diverse with both woods and open pasture and everything in between. I maintain most of my land as wildlife habitat since it gives me great pleasure to attract and observe all the varied wildlife of the area.

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