Before the summer crowds descend upon the state of Maine, I thought I would take the opportunity to head up to Boothbay Harbor and Pemaquid Point to take some pics of the area. I only went up for one day, but the trip was well worth it. The people are wonderful and the sights along the coast are breathtaking. If you head up to the area at any point, be sure to make the Pemaquid Point State Park and Ocean Point in Boothbay a priority in terms of visits. You’ll be glad you did.
More pics to come over the next few days!
As summer winds down, what better way to capture it than to head up to my favorite getaway spot: Maine! The following shots were taken over the past two nights, one night at the Nubble Lighthouse and the other, Portland Head Lighthouse. I was at both last year -you can find those pics elsewhere on this blog-, but I wanted to capture these beauties at sunset. Enjoy!
This weekend, for the first time in several months, I took a few days off from my two jobs and just took off up north to the northern region of Maine. The Bar Harbor region, to be precise. Most of the time, I was wandering around Acadia National Park. It was sunny. It was warm, borderline hot. It was foggy and rainy. It was perfect.
The following group of photos are the first batch from this weekend. Keep an eye open for new installments. I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I did taking them.
Recently, two things happened that had not occurred in quite some time. The first was that the New England area actually got some honest to goodness winter weather. The first batch was up in Maine a week ago (the first four pics are from Old Orchard Beach) and then, the Boston area received about seven or eight inches of snow today (2/5/16). Since I had Friday off both last week and this week, there was only one thing to do: get out and take some photographs!
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did taking them.
Somedays, some weeks, you certainly may feel the need to just “disappear” for a few hours or an entire day. Whatever the reason that may cause you to want to vanish for a short period of time to get away from your everyday world, you certainly want to make it worthwhile. I opted to head up to Cape Elizabeth on the Southern coast of Maine today. I wasn’t working and the weather was more than agreeable to get out there, hit the open road and just take pictures while getting some fresh air and sun. The following are a few images from today’s adventure, and there will be more coming in the near future. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the following photos.