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A photography group that I belong to has a weekly theme.Can you guess what it is?Two were taken in Brooksville, one in B...
29/04/2024

A photography group that I belong to has a weekly theme.
Can you guess what it is?
Two were taken in Brooksville, one in Blue Hill and one in Penobscot.
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A peach colored tulip on the verge of blooming.
21/04/2024

A peach colored tulip on the verge of blooming.

Liminal space refers to the place a person is in during a transitional period. It’s a gap, and can be physical (like a d...
21/04/2024

Liminal space refers to the place a person is in during a transitional period. It’s a gap, and can be physical (like a doorway), emotional (like a divorce) or metaphorical (like a decision).
In this case, the photo is of a gap (see what I did there?) between a barn and breezeway that is about to be torn down.

Cedar waxwing enjoying apple blossoms on the coast of Maine.©️Jo Andrews 2017.
20/04/2024

Cedar waxwing enjoying apple blossoms on the coast of Maine.
©️Jo Andrews 2017.

From last fall, before the winter storms blew in and flooded the Castine waterfront.
16/04/2024

From last fall, before the winter storms blew in and flooded the Castine waterfront.

I will have to thank my neighbor for leaving his tender as photo fodder on this blustery morning.This isn’t the first ti...
05/04/2024

I will have to thank my neighbor for leaving his tender as photo fodder on this blustery morning.
This isn’t the first time I’ve photographed Todd’s rowboat, and it probably won’t be the last.
There’s just something about the colors and texture that draw me to this little boat.

I just don’t know about this weather.I thought spring had its s**t together. Into every life, a little snow must fall.We...
04/04/2024

I just don’t know
about this weather.
I thought spring had
its s**t together.

Into every life,
a little snow must fall.
Well, it is Maine, after all.

I didn’t have to travel far to find this cool-looking barn door with its cracked paint, mail slot and wavy glass reflect...
30/03/2024

I didn’t have to travel far to find this cool-looking barn door with its cracked paint, mail slot and wavy glass reflecting leafless branches.
MidCoast Maine

While on the way to my “real life job”,I saw the fog lifting in Blue Hill bay and immediately turned my car around to gr...
28/03/2024

While on the way to my “real life job”,
I saw the fog lifting in Blue Hill bay and immediately turned my car around to grab a couple of images.
Some of my best photos are because I took the time to turn around.
MidCoast Maine

I have to remind myself that after the rain stops, the rainbow will shine through.🌈
17/03/2024

I have to remind myself that after the rain stops, the rainbow will shine through.🌈

Thinking of Spring on yet another rainy day off.Looking forward to warm, sunny days, robins and fields of bluets.       ...
17/03/2024

Thinking of Spring on yet another rainy day off.
Looking forward to warm, sunny days, robins and fields of bluets.
🌲🫐🦞

What’s the buzz?Spring is one month away.    🐝
14/03/2024

What’s the buzz?
Spring is one month away.
🐝

This pop of color is brought to you by summer and the letters L and P.L is for “lupine” and P is for “purple”.       💜  ...
14/03/2024

This pop of color is brought to you by summer and the letters L and P.
L is for “lupine” and P is for “purple”.
💜

Just a few reminders that spring—and summer!—are on the horizon.                        MidCoast Maine
13/03/2024

Just a few reminders that spring—and summer!—are on the horizon.
MidCoast Maine

Time seems to stand still in the local small town garage.
11/03/2024

Time seems to stand still in the local small town garage.

A detail of the green shingle clad Cape Rosier Grange Hall which was demolished last week.
10/03/2024

A detail of the green shingle clad Cape Rosier Grange Hall which was demolished last week.

Not all of my photos are of pretty sunsets, schooners and nature.Sometimes I am asked to take photos of sunken sailboats...
10/03/2024

Not all of my photos are of pretty sunsets, schooners and nature.
Sometimes I am asked to take photos of sunken sailboats being raised from watery depths, vintage cars at a rally, a barn restoration or--in this case--an historic old Grange Hall on Cape Rosier.

𝘼𝙡𝙡 𝙤𝙛 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙨𝙚 𝙥𝙝𝙤𝙩𝙤𝙨 𝙖𝙧𝙚 𝙢𝙮 𝙤𝙬𝙣 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙣𝙤𝙩 𝙩𝙤 𝙗𝙚 𝙧𝙚𝙥𝙧𝙤𝙙𝙪𝙘𝙚𝙙 𝙤𝙧 𝙨𝙝𝙖𝙧𝙚𝙙 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝𝙤𝙪𝙩 𝙥𝙚𝙧𝙢𝙞𝙨𝙨𝙞𝙤𝙣.

This small salt pond is one of my favorite places to watch the sun set—or rise.From this photo, you’d never guess that i...
09/03/2024

This small salt pond is one of my favorite places to watch the sun set—or rise.
From this photo, you’d never guess that it’s beside a busy stretch of road.
When there’s no traffic, you can hear a variety of birds, and sometimes peepers, other times of the year there are crickets.
It’s a little slice of heaven and tranquility in this small town.

From a touristy full color blue sky image to a moody black and white.Which do you prefer?
08/03/2024

From a touristy full color blue sky image to a moody black and white.
Which do you prefer?

East Blue Hill lighthouse…⚓️
08/03/2024

East Blue Hill lighthouse…⚓️

View of Bangor, Maine skyline from Brewer…from a few summers ago.
08/03/2024

View of Bangor, Maine skyline from Brewer…from a few summers ago.

From last winter, sea smoke over Penobscot Bay in subzero temperatures.Don’t let the sunshine fool you!It was face numbi...
07/03/2024

From last winter, sea smoke over Penobscot Bay in subzero temperatures.
Don’t let the sunshine fool you!
It was face numbing cold and the wind was swirling the sea smoke in beautiful arcs.
I didn’t get frostbite on my fingertips on this outing, so that’s a plus!
If it were 29 below (like a few years back when I was shooting sea smoke) my camera would have given up before I would have.

A dramatic sunrise over Buck’s Harbor from 2023.
05/03/2024

A dramatic sunrise over Buck’s Harbor from 2023.

Eaton’s Boatyard from last Fall—before the storm hit in January.Ken has been in business for what seems like forever.He’...
29/02/2024

Eaton’s Boatyard from last Fall—before the storm hit in January.
Ken has been in business for what seems like forever.
He’s taken care of a lot of the fishermen who bring their boats to be repaired.
Repairs are underway to restore the waterfront and get folks like Kenny back to work so he can help others get back on the water.⚓️
[Photo used by permission only and is my intellectual property.]

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Living in a small coastal town inspires me to take photographs of my every day surroundings. My postcards, notecards and calendars feature the beauty of Brooksville and coastal Maine in all seasons.

Prints of my images are available upon request, starting with 5x7”-unframed only. Canvas or metal prints are available, too. Individual quotes on request.


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  • My hourly rate is $20/hour with a travel fee of 58 cents/mile outside of the Brooksville/Sedgwick area.