Photo Friday: Along the Coast of Maine, Part I

We spent four days of our New England journey last week touring the Maine coast, including two full days exploring Acadia National Park. We bathed in cool waters of valley lakes and sunbathed upon the mountain tops. We hiked through conifer-speckled forests, up rock faces, and along bumpy, splashing shores. We enjoyed watching families negotiating directions to landmarks and bathrooms and struggling to get everyone to smile at the same time for the camera. Best of all, we breathed in cool sea air, a glorious respite from the Nashville heat.

Here is a selection of photos from the journey. This is Part I. I will post Part II next week. Enjoy, and happy Friday!

Now THIS is a city park. Let’s all move to Portland, ME.

Feast: Lobster Roll, seafood chowder, lobster bisque, crab cake, french fries, corn on the cob.

Clear waters of Rockport.

Lighthouse of Rockport

Camden Harbor.

Camden from above. Mt. Battie summit.

View from the Cellar Door Winery, outside Camden.

Super awesome Penobscot Narrows Bridge near Bucksport. Next time we will pull over and check out the observatory at the top.

Heck, yes.

Acadia in dramatic fog.

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2 responses to “Photo Friday: Along the Coast of Maine, Part I

  1. Pingback: Photo Friday: Along the Coast of Maine, Part II | Learning to Whistle

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