16 items found
Type contains "photograph" AND Creator is exactly "Motenko - Howie Motenko"
Item Title Type Subject Creator Publisher Date Address Place Description
14919Bairds Quarry, Swans IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2014-05-07Swans IslandIlluminated by 47 volunteer light painters. The largest quarry on Swan's, Baird's Quarry provided granite for buildings in Boston and New York in the early 1900's.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2014-05-07
Place:Swans Island
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 47 volunteer light painters. The largest quarry on Swan's, Baird's Quarry provided granite for buildings in Boston and New York in the early 1900's.
14963Bennett's Cove, ChebeagueImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-04-30ChebeagueIlluminated by 39 volunteer light painters. A beautiful sandy beach with rocky outcroppings at low tide, Bennett's Cove has been used to launch boats. The land has recently been placed in a land trust and is preserved for public use.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-04-30
Place:Chebeague
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 39 volunteer light painters. A beautiful sandy beach with rocky outcroppings at low tide, Bennett's Cove has been used to launch boats. The land has recently been placed in a land trust and is preserved for public use.
14966Big Tree, IslesboroImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-04-23IslesboroIlluminated by 57 volunteer light painters. For many years, Big Tree, served as a landmark for sailors at 90 feet tall. The tree was struck by lightning in 1929, but stood until 1944 when a hurricane brought it down.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-04-23
Place:Islesboro
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 57 volunteer light painters. For many years, Big Tree, served as a landmark for sailors at 90 feet tall. The tree was struck by lightning in 1929, but stood until 1944 when a hurricane brought it down.
14958Boathouses, Little Cranberry IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIsland
Boat House
Motenko - Howie Motenko2015-06-13IslesfordIlluminated by 23 volunteer light painters. For years these boathouses had been used to build, store, and repair boats. Now all but one have been convert to private residences. There is one boathouse protecting a 100 year old 'friendship sloop' and still has the underwater rails intact. [show more]
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Boat House
Date:2015-06-13
Place:Islesford
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 23 volunteer light painters. For years these boathouses had been used to build, store, and repair boats. Now all but one have been convert to private residences. There is one boathouse protecting a 100 year old 'friendship sloop' and still has the underwater rails intact. [show more]
14962D. T. Sheridan, MonheganImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-05-07MonheganIlluminated by 19 volunteer light painters. The D. T. Sheridan shipwreck, a 110 foot steel tugboat, ran aground in dense fog at Lobster Point on Nov. 5, 1948.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-05-07
Place:Monhegan
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 19 volunteer light painters. The D. T. Sheridan shipwreck, a 110 foot steel tugboat, ran aground in dense fog at Lobster Point on Nov. 5, 1948.
12722Duck Brook Carriage Road BridgeImage, PhotographCarriage RoadMotenko - Howie Motenko2012 - 2013Acadia National Park
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Carriage Road
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
14960Edgar's Tractor, Great Cranberry IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2015-05-20Great Cranberry IslandIlluminated by 34 volunteer light painters. Edgar's tractor was left on the beach as a memorial to Edgar Bunker who was killed in the Korean War.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2015-05-20
Place:Great Cranberry Island
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 34 volunteer light painters. Edgar's tractor was left on the beach as a memorial to Edgar Bunker who was killed in the Korean War.
14969Griffin's Cove, Cliff IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-04-17Cliff IslandIlluminated by 41 volunteer light painters. This shallow cove is local favorite swimming area. The tidal water is warmed by the exposed mud at low tide baking in the sun and then transferring the heat to the tidal water with the incoming tide.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-04-17
Place:Cliff Island
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 41 volunteer light painters. This shallow cove is local favorite swimming area. The tidal water is warmed by the exposed mud at low tide baking in the sun and then transferring the heat to the tidal water with the incoming tide.
14967Harbor De Grace, Long IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-04-29Long IslandIlluminated by 91 volunteer light painters. A small harbor, where a handful of island families have fished out for generations.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-04-29
Place:Long Island
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 91 volunteer light painters. A small harbor, where a handful of island families have fished out for generations.
14959Lunt's Harbor, FrenchboroImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-04-24FrenchboroIlluminated by 30 volunteer light painters. Frenchboro's working harbor with Lunt's Dockside Deli in the foreground and the state ferry terminal with the Sunbeam in the background. The silhouette of Mount Desert is seen in the distance.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-04-24
Place:Frenchboro
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 30 volunteer light painters. Frenchboro's working harbor with Lunt's Dockside Deli in the foreground and the state ferry terminal with the Sunbeam in the background. The silhouette of Mount Desert is seen in the distance.
14970MatinicusImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2017-06-07MatinicusIlluminated by 24 volunteer light painters. Traditionally, a flake yard is where the fisherman dried the cod they caught. Today the Flake Yard is where many of the Matinicus lobsterman's fish houses are located and their sternmen live.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2017-06-07
Place:Matinicus
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 24 volunteer light painters. Traditionally, a flake yard is where the fisherman dried the cod they caught. Today the Flake Yard is where many of the Matinicus lobsterman's fish houses are located and their sternmen live.
14965Mining Casemate, Great Diamond IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-04-16Great Diamond IslandIlluminated by 32 volunteer light painters. The Fort McKinley Mining Casemate, now a private residence, was used during World War II to deploy mines in Portland Harbor.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-04-16
Place:Great Diamond Island
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 32 volunteer light painters. The Fort McKinley Mining Casemate, now a private residence, was used during World War II to deploy mines in Portland Harbor.
12743Monument Cove BlizzardImage, PhotographShoreMotenko - Howie Motenko2014"I spent about 30 minutes at Monument Cove in Acadia National Park, it felt longer given the 27° F temperature, over 35 mph wind gusts and snow flying everywhere. "See: http://acadiaphotosafari.com/blog/2014/3/26/monument-cove-blizzard for Howie’s description of what he did to produce the photograph after coming in from the storm. [show more]
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Shore
Date:2014
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:"I spent about 30 minutes at Monument Cove in Acadia National Park, it felt longer given the 27° F temperature, over 35 mph wind gusts and snow flying everywhere. "See: http://acadiaphotosafari.com/blog/2014/3/26/monument-cove-blizzard for Howie’s description of what he did to produce the photograph after coming in from the storm. [show more]
14961Moore's Harbor, Isle Au HautImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2014-09-13Isle Au HautIlluminated by 53 volunteer light painters. The guzzle at Moore's Harbor is a place to listen to the incoming and outgoing tides move through the scree. The fish house is the old standing structure on the island.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2014-09-13
Place:Isle Au Haut
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 53 volunteer light painters. The guzzle at Moore's Harbor is a place to listen to the incoming and outgoing tides move through the scree. The fish house is the old standing structure on the island.
14964Mullens Head Park, North HavenImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2016-05-01North HavenIlluminated by 11 volunteer light painters. The Mullens Family farmed this land for years, before abandoning the family farm and heading west to join the Mormons. This beautiful parcel of coastal is town owned and open to the public.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2016-05-01
Place:North Haven
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 11 volunteer light painters. The Mullens Family farmed this land for years, before abandoning the family farm and heading west to join the Mormons. This beautiful parcel of coastal is town owned and open to the public.
14968Whaleback, Peaks IslandImage, Photograph, DigitalIslandMotenko - Howie Motenko2017-05-19Peaks IslandIlluminated by 85 volunteer light painters. A favorite local gathering spot with a unique rock formation. One would never know this area was once farmland used by the local soldiers stationed on Peaks Island.
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Island
Date:2017-05-19
Place:Peaks Island
Creator:Motenko - Howie Motenko
Description:Illuminated by 85 volunteer light painters. A favorite local gathering spot with a unique rock formation. One would never know this area was once farmland used by the local soldiers stationed on Peaks Island.