In our state of Maine the sky, land, and water have particular yet changing relationships. From trails near the ocean, glimpses of the sea seem to climb the horizon to the sky. In certain conditions it is hard to tell where water ends and sky begins. Water and sky create a visual expanse against the strong forms of glacially carved rock. Our rivers continue to carve and meander as they flood, erode, and recede in times of drought. How are the ecological profiles of land, flora, fauna, and selves changing?