“Forest Floor”


Oregon is an amazing and beautiful state, so when it comes time to find great vacation destinations it’s hard to beat what’s already in your own backyard. There are a few special places that make my list. Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Canyonlands of Southeast Utah. Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains. To name a few.

But, there’s one place that has us coming back again and again for more. That’s Maine’s Baxter State Park. Baxter is Maine’s largest park—over 200,000 acres in remote north-central Maine. Inside the park there is no electricity, running water, or paved roads. Driving from one end to the other takes hours, and every corner has something new to offer—from lush forests to barren peaks above treeline. Moose and loons are common sites on the hundreds of ponds in the park.

This colorful Big Tooth Aspen leaf was taken on a rain-soaked morning just as it fell to the forest floor in the northern section of Baxter State Park. Hang this crisp print on your wall at home and you might just be able to smell the misty morning Maine mountain air.

  • Available as Framed Image, Metal Print, or Canvas Gallery Wrap.
  • Choice of Sizes.
  • Custom products & sizes are available.
  • Free standard shipping.

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