Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Fog landscaping in Downeast Maine

 Summer in Maine.....warm winds over cool waters bring fog.  Sometimes daily in early morning, sometimes all day.  Above in Lubec at the southern end of the Bay of Fundy.

 Corea, Maine.  A small and very picturesque fishing village north of Bar Harbor.

 From Hancock, Maine...looking across Frenchman's Bay at Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park.

 Mudflats on the Pleasant River in Harrington, Maine.

 Fishing shacks in Corea.

 Eastport, Maine in Washington County.  They call it "Sunrise County,"  but not on that day!

 A longshot from Eastport to Campobello Island in Canada.

 Eastport again.

 Columbia Falls, Maine.

 Another view of Frenchman's Bay.

 Milbridge, Maine.  From McLellan Park looking seaward toward the Nash Island light, which you certainly cannot see.

 Lubec...along the Bold Coast Trail.

 Tamarack (Larix laracina) trees in Addison, Maine.

 West Quoddy Head Light flashing during a warm August afternoon.

 Downtown Corea...lots of lobster boats, but no stores.

At the entrance to the Naraguagus River...Milbridge.

Foggy day...get out and about along the Downeast coast....and be ready to "shoot" some great fogscapes.  And you thought they were cup holders!!!


  1. tremendous beauty, welcoming and at the same time, mysterious.

    both my Florida born and raised daughter's and only granddaughter now live in Maine. Cumberland and Biddeford.

  2. Nydelig tåkelandskap!



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  4. Beautifull album Steven.
    We really can feel humidity and cold weather...and what's very surprising to me, also foggy weather during august.
    Funny use of cup holders really good for lenses & cameras...seems to be specially order for that!