Greenpoint, October, 2015

Monday, July 28, 2014

Mountain Beach Road

Another Richard Tuttle print pairing. When Pressure Exceeds Weight (2012), from the retrospective at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, and Seawall Beach on the Phippsburg peninsula in midcoast Maine. Unless you have a permit, you can only get to the beach by walking over Morse Mountain. It's not much of a mountain, and the walk takes only 40 minutes or so, but it keeps the beach from ever having more than a few people on it at a time. (The greenheaded horseflies also discourage the human population.)

Here's the beach:
And here's the road that brings you there:

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