2016 Canoe Race Photos
Here's a list of photographers who captured images at the 50th Anniversary Kenduskeag.
What a beautiful spring day it was!
If you took photos at the race and would like to share them with others, please
send me a note with a link to your pics and I will add your name to this list.
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Michele Barker Photography
Troy Malavé Photography (Facebook page)
Orwin SantaCruz Photography
Whittling Fog Photography
Bill Knight Photography (Facebook album)
(proceeds keep the canoe race website up and running)
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2012 Race Photos Now Online
This year, photographer Michele Barker joins me with her superb coverage of the Six Mile Falls area. (I stationed myself around the drop above the Shopping Cart rapids.)
So now people have twice as many choices!
Head over to the race photo page of the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race website and check it out.
2010 Canoe Race Photos Are Now Online!
The 2010 photo galleries are now up and running!
Once again, I set up at the Shopping Cart rapids this year. While I can't say I captured every single person in the race, I gave it the old college try.
Go to the Race Photos page on my website to check out the new shots!
And by the way, the print sales keep the Kenduskeag website up and running, so thank you for your support!
- Michael Alden
2009 Photos Are Online
2007 Race Photos Are Online
My photos of the 2007 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race are now online!
Click here to visit the race galleries.
Prints make wonderful gifts and keepsakes.
If you missed or portaged the Shopping Cart rapids, however, you won't find yourself in these galleries. Sorry! Maybe next year.
2006 Race Photos Are Online
Gumby Crew: Right back at ya with the love.
My 2006 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race photos are now online.
Holy cow - what a demanding photo shoot it was today! Lots of fun. Although I didn't paddle, I got just as wet as many of the people who did. So much for staying dry on the bank of the stream.
By the way, I didn't shoot at Six Mile Falls this year. This time around I chose the Shopping Cart rapids closer to Bangor.
There were 339 boats this year (258 of which finished the race) and I think I snapped just about all of them. If you do not appear in the galleries, it isn't because I didn't like you. It's because a paddle or another person (or both) got in the way of me seeing your face. Blame my wet, cold shutter finger and the overall timing of things if you must.
If you did the race today, I tip my hat to you.
And to Dirigo Rescue: The Shopping Cart crew did a heck of a job ensuring a safe and fun race for all. Just thought you might want to know. They also provided this humble photographer with helpful radio updates during the race. They didn't have to do this, but they did. And I appreciate it.