House Crush

Narrow Escape

Alna Camp Crush, Alna Maine
PHOTOGRAPH BY GABE SOUZA

We can’t get over how sweet this petite Alna camp is.

It was a frigid morning and I was in my truck, barreling down Route 194 between assignments on the midcoast, when I saw this skinny little camp nestled on the bank of the Sheepscot River in Alna. The striking red front contrasting with the ramshackle (and missing) clapboards on the side caught my attention, as did the narrow width. With the sun peeking through the trees behind the camp, the conditions were ideal for a golden, backlit photo. I hopped the guardrail, sank up to my knees in snow, and captured this sweet, mid-winter scene.Gabe Souza

Narrow Escape

Alna Camp Crush, Alna Maine
PHOTOGRAPH BY GABE SOUZA

We can’t get over how sweet this petite Alna camp is.

It was a frigid morning and I was in my truck, barreling down Route 194 between assignments on the midcoast, when I saw this skinny little camp nestled on the bank of the Sheepscot River in Alna. The striking red front contrasting with the ramshackle (and missing) clapboards on the side caught my attention, as did the narrow width. With the sun peeking through the trees behind the camp, the conditions were ideal for a golden, backlit photo. I hopped the guardrail, sank up to my knees in snow, and captured this sweet, mid-winter scene.Gabe Souza

One Comment

  1. Annie

    The photo drew me in and I couldn’t wait to see the inside of the petite red “camp”, tiny house…but I have to wait because I didn’t see any article or photos…it says MAINE all over it, and no doubt inside…oh for a little peek through a window.

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