Even with the spotty rain and thundershowers, the vibes were alive and
exceptionally well when Photographer Liz M went to spend a day in the wild
If you missed out on the Wild Vibes Festival (www.wildvibes.org) this year, then you missed a truly well-rounded event full of yoga, live music, art and local holistic products. Wild Vibes is in it's fifth year, and returned to South Berwick to the grounds of Spring Hill. Spring Hill has been a family owned and operated business for over 45 years, and offers a sprawling 60 acres of fields, forest and waterfront perfectly hidden in Southern Maine - a spectacular location for the large crowds that Wild Vibes drew. After seeing these photographs and visiting their web site, we are sure you won't miss out next year!
"Remember there's no such thing as a small act of kindness.
Every act creates a ripple with no logical end."
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All Kind was also at Wild Vibes, they offer edibles and CBD oils made in Maine
If you don't want to miss Wild Vibes next year, or if you'd like to volunteer and get involved, swing by www.wildvibes.org and get in touch with your wild side!
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Liz McGranaghan is a photographer living in Berwick Maine and can be found at
Liz is a MODspeaker and also volunteers for Berwick Winter Farmers' Market.
Pax is her gigantic stinky dog.
MODspoke would like to thank Arts Industry Alliance for sponsoring and supporting local artists and our efforts to uncover and feature artistic and cultural events in the Seacoast area.