After dinner at Migis Lodge, lanterns light the way home.
A Migis Lodge guest gets an early morning row accompanied by loons.
Camp Wohelo rowers headed to the island for an overnight at the bunk house.
Quiet time at Camp Wohelo, where girls live without electronics.
Migis Lodge's float during a rainstorm.
Friendships at Camp Wohelo can endure through a lifetime.
Catching up on news from home.
Morning meeting at Little Wohelo.
Camp Wohelo girls set sail.
Getting ready for deep water sailing.
A girl's dream summer.
A lakeside cottage owner comes home after landing.
Taking a dip at Little Wohelo.
Generations of summer cottage owners share space.
William A. Day, with an 11-pound lake trout, one of seven mounted in his home which includes a 27.5-pound trout caught in 1996, the largest ever caught in Sebago Lake.
Seamus Holland savors watermelon by the lake.
A popular feature at Migis Lodge is a boat trip to Frye Island.
Cocktails before dining at the lodge.
Summer afternoon on Camp Wohelo's dock.
All photos/art by Richard Schultz
Summer on the lake embodies a timeless appeal that captivates us all. Photographer Richard Schultz spent part of last summer documenting the beauty of the landscape and the generations of families who call Maine’s famed Sebago Lake home.
To see more of Richard’s work, please visit http://www.rschultz.com
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