A split view of Wyman Lake of Moscow Maine. The clear waters and rustic pebbly bottom juxtaposes with colorful kayaking activity and a green forested surround. This 13-mile-long lake was formed in 1929 when Central Maine Power Co. dammed the Kennebeck River between Moscow and Pleasant Ridge. Wyman Lake is rimmed by rounded ridges reflected in the surface of the lake, creating a scenic beauty that inspires serenity and a sense of the continuity of time.
Photo taken on breath hold with a Canon VIXIA HF G30 HD Camcorder in an Ikelite Housing.