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Alex Seise

Alex Seise was born and raised in New Jersey, but spent his summer vacations savoring the rugged beauty of mid-coast Maine with his family.

Alex graduated from The College of New Jersey with a degree in Journalism and Professional Writing.   In addition to being published in The Philadelphia Inquirer and New Jersey Life magazine, he has also written and edited for various online magazines, websites in addition to maintaining his own personal website.   Alex, together with his partner, resides in Aroostook County, Maine - the heart of the so-called Other Maine; a land rich in French Acadian culture, historical turning points and pristine natural majesty.


Barns on the outskirts of Allagash, Maine
An inchworm reaches across a Rogusa rose at Reid State Park, Georgetown, ME
The Leaning Shed, Outside Downtown Fort Kent, ME
Late-Spring Lupines, Aroostook Scenic Highway, near Wallagrass, ME
Turbulent Sunset on the Causeway to Pelletier Island, Saint Agatha, ME
Fiddleheads Harvested from the Hillsides of Madawaska, ME
Sunrise over Saint John River, Madawaska, ME
Roadside Wildflowers
The Sun Sets Over Madawaska, Maine
Drifted Down, Four Seasons Trail, Madawaska, Maine
Skyward, Four Seasons Trail, Madawaska, Maine
Ready for Your Close-Up? Four Seasons Trail, Madawaska, ME
Perfect Light, Four Seasons Trail, Madawaska, Maine
Lines of Color, Four Seasons Trail, Madawaska, Maine
Sunset behind Mount Katahdin, Maine
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Snow of Pines
Moose Crossing

November 12, 2012

The Other Maine

Saint Agatha, Life from the Water

When the seasons change in Northern Maine, you notice it.

August 29, 2012

The Other Maine

Hot on the Trail

There's a distinct odd charm to living in a place where summer is so short that it is measured in weeks rather than months.

July 09, 2012

The Other Maine

Après la Vie

Last summer, one of my friends here in Madawaska brought over a bowl filled with water and rose blossoms. The aroma was undeniably floral, and as I thanked her for the beautiful surprise, I told her how delightful I thought it smelled. Curiously, she shook her head.

June 19, 2012

The Custom Cake Cafe

Restaurant Review - Fort Kent, Maine

In the nineties, rural Fort Kent was given a makeover. The streets and sidewalks were spruced up, building exteriors were overhauled and a slew of major improvements took hold across the downtown area. Much of the revitalization stuck with the community in the following two decades, and to this day, local media refer to it as, “beautiful downtown Fort Kent.”

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