May Today Be Your Lucky Day

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Dinghy In The Bushes (A study in green and red)

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Sitting Next to Heaven (One lucky shot)

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This view, photographed today, looks down Penobscot Bay from Rockport towards Camden Harbor.

It would be hard to beat the bay’s peace and beauty. The cloud bank hovering over the Camden Hills gives texture to the sky and the shadows on the lawn chairs give the photograph a nice black and white punch.

I used my trusty Olympus EM 1 to capture this shot and only took one exposure as we were with friends and banging around their lawn with a camera would have been rude.

It was a lucky photo capture and one I’m very happy with.

By the way, tonight is the first super moon of this year. I’ll go outside after I post this and look for it.

Camden Harbor Evening 07/11/14

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It’s dusk on a Friday in the July and the harbor is beginning to quiet down. Boats lie quietly on their moorings in the inner harbor and the lights from dockside restaurants begin to flicker. Camden now is packed with tourists milling around its shops and admiring the local scenery.

As much as I have gotten used to these surroundings, every now and then the beauty of this place hits me and tonight is one of those times.

A flower in black and white is still very beautiful

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This hollyhock for instance positively glows with a soft inner light.

Full Moon And The Mega-Yacht

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Out for a walk after supper with a friend we came upon this lovely moon silhouetting the branches above us as we headed down to Wayfarer Marine to see this huge yacht. I don’t know why people get pleasure out of these things. Why don’t they just stay in a Four Seasons resort somewhere. It would be cheaper, there would be more to do and it wouldn’t piss off the locals so much.

 

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The Islesboro Ferry

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It’s high season summer here in Maine and the mid-coast is hopping. Tourists are everywhere. One of the sights I have always loved is the ferry that shuttles back and forth from Lincolnville Beach and the island of Islesboro just offshore from here. This old farm house is about a mile north of the ferry terminal and is crying out for some loving care.

Enjoy the fine weather while you can.

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