Maine – Our Last Morning
Our last morning in Maine – we should have been hitting the road with a three day drive ahead of us to get home, but it was sunny, still, and beautiful. We couldn’t resist one last look at the ocean before we headed inland. In the parking lot before we walked down to the water, Harland strapped on his camera bag.
It had rained the night before, and all the world was fresh and clean.
The waves broke over the rocks,
cormorants sunned themselves,
and the lobster fisherman pulled in their traps.
Harland did a great job of providing scale to show just how large the rocks are.
We loved everything about Maine. It’s one of those places that gets in your blood, and you think about it long after you return home. This was my second trip there, and Harland’s first. I’m sure it won’t be our last.
Here’s a short video of our last morning. (The last part shows a lobster fisherman pulling in a trap, throwing back any lobsters that are under-size, and keeping those within the legal size limit. ) Enjoy!
Tomorrow, I’ll show you a waterfall we visited in eastern Pennsylvania our our way home.
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