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© Beki Greenwood 2009

The FNCA is located on over 20 acres of natural pine forest bordering the Saco River. Our site is gorgeous! And our photographers love taking pictures of the beauty of Nature at the Assembly.

NEW photos on this page in recent months:
Title or Theme                               Year    Posted  
"Hydrangea at the Bray..."  3 pics   2018    11/22
"Hoverfly"                                     2018    11/22
"Front Lawn at Twilight"                 2008    11/11
"Flowers in May" 2 photos              2009    11/11
"I'm Likin' the Lichen"                    2009    11/11
"Gorgeous Fungus"                        2009    11/11
"Tree with Moss"                           2009    11/11
"Great Spangled Fritillary"              2010    11/11
"Awesome Moth!"                          2010    11/11
"Before They're Ripe"                     2012    11/11
"Evening Vista"                              2013    11/11
"First Evening Here!"                      2015    11/11
"Flying Squirrel in the Bell Tree"      2018    11/11
"Sunset"                                       2018    11/11
"B&G Sunset"                                2009    11/3
"Garnets on Jockey Cap"                2013    10/23
"Majestic!!"                                   2017     9/19
"Sparks Games at Sunset"              2012     9/9
"Snapping Turtle!"                         1961     8/12
"Falcon on the Wood Pile"               2018     6/24
"Tree Across the River" (3 photos)   2018     6/24
"More Pinecones Than Ever..."         2018     5/24


2010  2012  2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  2018
  2008  2009


"More Pinecones Than Ever Before!"

© Nancy F. Little 2018
© Nancy F. Little 2018

Due to two Nor'easters in a row, there were more pinecones on the ground when the Work Weekend crew arrived than any time even the old timers could remember. Most of the first day of Work Weekend was spent raking pinecones off the road and paths to the cabins.


"Falcon on the Wood Pile"

© Dan Dyer 2018

According to the painters (of the Main Building before camp), this falcon sat on the same tree, on the same branch, every day waiting for its meal to run across the front lawn.

"Tree Across the River"

© Dan Dyer 2018
© Dan Dyer 2018
© Dan Dyer 2018

This tree came down before camp during a storm in June.

"Flying Squirrel in the Bell Tree"

© Beki Greenwood 2018


"The Hydrangea at the Bray Cabin"

© Sarah Grams 2018
© Sarah Grams 2018


© Sarah Grams 2018



"Year of the Hoverfly"

© Sarah Grams 2018

These little hoverflys hadn't been seen before at camp, but this year there were hundreds and hundreds of them. Since they're flies, they don't bite, but they would land on you and suck the salt off your skin. It wasn't painful, but after a while, it certainly could get annoying.



© Ian Woofenden 2018





© Jesse White 2017


"A Lovely Little Starflower"
between Twitchell and Lawrence

© Jesse White 2017


"Tree Over the Saco"

© Jesse White 2017


© Jillian Grams 2017



"Little Tiny Flowers
at the Bottom of the Perry Wing Steps"

© Trevor 2016

These flowers have been growing in the back field for decades, but only the lucky few ever get to see them because they always get mowed down a few days before camp starts. Luckily, I got here early this year.

"Violets by the Ramp to the Deck"

© Trevor 2016


"Luna Moth by the Woof Cabin Door"

© Nancy F. Little 2016

"Fungus Among Us"

© Emily Woofenden 2016



© Emily Woofenden 2016


"Flowers by the Claxton Cabin"

© Beki Greenwood 2016


© Ian Woofenden 2016

Explanation: This large rock near the old rope swing was named "Bertha" way back when. Don't know by whom, but the name has stuck. Standing on Bertha with your head  above water, you could watch the ropeswingers rocket by just a few feet away.

"Taking It In (1)"

© Beki Greenwood 2016


"Taking It In (2)"

© Beki Greenwood 2016



"First Evening Here!"

© Rebekka Lange 2015


"Blueberries in June"

© Trevor 2015


"Popcorn Sky"

© Ross Woofenden 2015


"Gorgeous Bug and Baby"

© Emily Woofenden 2015
It's a Banded Net-Winged Beetle (Calopteron discrepens).


"Tiny Rocks on the Window Sill in Room 1"

© Trevor 2015


"Ferns by the Porch Pylon"

© Trevor 2015


"Luna Moth"

© Leone Dyer 2015


"Wild Strawberries in the Front Lawn!"

© Trevor 2015

"Awesome Sunset"

© Trevor 2015


"Animal Sightings"

© Nancy F. Little 2015

"Garnets from Jockey Cap"

© Sarah May Grams 2015

And here's some on Jockey Cap.


"Awesome Monster Spider...
on the other side of the glass"

© Sarah May Grams 2015




© Beki Greenwood 2014



"Downstream from the Lawn"

© Beki Greenwood 2013


"Downstream from the Dock"

© Beki Greenwood 2013



© Jon Cousins 2013


"Lois Dole Trimming the Blueberry Bushes"

© Beki Greenwood 2013


"Sunset Behind the White Mountains"

© Beki Greenwood 2013

"Garnets on Jockey Cap"

© Nancy F. Little 2013

And here's some from Jockey Cap.

"Evening Vista"

© Jesse White 2013




© FNC" 2012


© Beki Greenwood 2012


© Herb Ziegler 2012


© Ian Woofenden 2012

Louise "Mom Woof" Woofenden displaying blueberries from the Mom & Pop Woofenden 40th Anniversary Blueberry Patch — 8 highbush blueberry bushes in the corner of the front lawn donated to the Assembly for that occasion in 1990 by their 8 children.

© Ian Woofenden 2016


"Before They're Ripe"

© FNCA 2012



© Herb Ziegler 2012
© Herb Ziegler 2012
© Herb Ziegler 2012
© Herb Ziegler 2012
© Herb Ziegler 2012
© Herb Ziegler 2012

During a huge thunderstorm one night, this large pine tree near the Bath House was struck by lightning! The lightning travelled down the trunk of the tree, leaving huge scars in the bark; then went horizontally through the ground, making a large furrow through the topsoil and pine needles. The electrical shock was felt by everyone who was awake in the nearby cabins; the jolt was felt as far away as the Main Building. The air was crackling, the electricity in it palpable, and the intensity and nearness of it made your skin prickle. WOW!


"Sparks Games at Sunset"

© Jon Cousins 2012



"Great Spangled Fritillary"

© Beki Greenwood 2010

"Awesome Moth!"

© Beki Greenwood 2010


That amazing creature is a Cecropia moth.


"Animal Footprint on the Beach"

© Nancy F. Little 2010


"Rocks in the Saco"

© Emily Woofenden 2010


"The Winter Flood of 2010"

© Leone Dyer 2010
© Leone Dyer 2010
© Leone Dyer 2010
© Leone Dyer 2010

Every year when the ice on the Saco River breaks up, it is a thing of beauty. Some years, it as also a thing of danger and devastation. This particular year, the ice broke up, and then refroze several times. In the process,  large, thick chunks of ice collided and pile on top of each other and caused all sorts of damage to the banks of the river and the nearby trees.



© Emily Woofenden 2009 © Emily Woofenden 2009















"Flowers in May"

© Lori Gayheart 2009
© Lori Gayheart 2009

"I'm Likin' the Lichen"

© Lori Gayheart 2009

"Gorgeous Fungus"

© Anna Rich 2009

"Tree with Moss"

© Anna Rich 2009


"Indian Pipes"

© Anna Rich 2009


"Derek the Bumblebee"

© Rachel Madjerac 2009


"Trees - Sky  - Clouds"

© Cassie Young 2009


"Lawn Flowers on the Hill"

© Cassie Young 2009


"Beautiful Yellow Flowers"

© Beki Greenwood 2009


"Bee Balm on the Edge of the Front Lawn"

© Nancy F. Little 2009


"B&G Sunset"

© Beki Greenwood 2009



"Grasshopper on the Porch Railing"

©Emily Woofenden 2008


"Front Lawn at Twilight"

© Beki Greenwood 2008


"The Goddard Cabin in Winter"

© FNCA 2008



"Birches in Front of the Boston Cabin"

© Larry Young 1994



"Snapping Turtle!"

© Naomi Walton 1961

NOTE: 1961 is our best estimate of when this photo was taken; it might be 1962. Not sure who's holding that monster-sized snapping turtle, but the rest of them left to right are: Aurelie Nichols, Garritt White, Lois Walton (now McCurdy), and Gard Perry.


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