It was a picture post card kind of day.
This is looking north with Blue Hill being the prominent feature in far background. There were sailboats all over the place, so I was a bit surprised to see so few in the panorama.
Forest and marine ecosystems meet along the rocky Maine coastline.
Whaleback Light is located offshore of Fort Foster and Wood Island in Kittery, Maine, at the entrance to the Piscataqua River and Portsmouth Harbor.
Early morning light comes with some very crispy tempuratures at this time of year.
The soundtrack for his pano would be the gulls and the ravens yelling at each other.
One of many former lighthouses, now just houses. Aside from all the "on-the-boat. off-the-boat" stuff, this looks like a great place to pass the summer.
Spencer Cove in Millinocket, Maine. This handheld panorama was shot at 140mm with two rows totalling 55 images x 3 bracketed exposures. I had an extra column in one row that I didn't use.
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