Thursday, August 27, 2009

Kenduskaeg River

This is Kenduskaeg Stream looking north from Main Street in Bangor. See that statue on the right between the two lamp post? I have posted a photo of that statue early this month.

So do you live a stream or river?

10 comments:

Ina in Alaska said...

Lots of streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, etc. in Alaska. Have a great day, Ming.

Olivier said...

se promener sur les bords de seine à Evry est un plaisir, beaucoup de gens viennent faire des piques niques quand il fait beau

Anonymous said...

Nice reflection captured. Great eye. Live near the ocean and there are lakes and rivers in the area. Probably a pond as well.

Have a great week-end.

Doris

Anonymous said...

Live near a river.

Hilda said...

Norumbega, Kenduskaeg? From what language are those words from? I find it very intriguing.

The water looks so still!

Ming the Merciless said...

Hilda, I believe they are Native American names.

tapirgal said...

This is great! I'm learning about Bangor, a place I've never been, and a place I knew nothing about. I love the reflection in the water, and I've always loved bridges that form an arch. Nice!

Bibi said...

Hi, Ming. I am back in Belgrade (but still in Seattle on my blog until Sept. 2)

Am just getting back to checking blogs. I am still admiring your photos...will try to check in more frequently!

Shammickite said...

The small waterway that runs though my little town is called Duffin's Creek.
I have no idea who Duffin was.

marley said...

We have the River Chelt, but its more like a stream!